UK government offering webinars for European companies / Expectations of trade across border
The British government is running online seminars to help clarify Brexit issues for trading goods across the border (Image: Fotolia/nerthuz)
The UK government is currently offering a series of “Brexit readiness” webinars for EU businesses engaged in trade with the UK. The government’s “Border Delivery Group” (BDG) webinars run for 90 minutes on a weekly rotation and aim to provide clarity on what is expected of companies, their trading partners and the supply chain upon the UK’s withdrawal from the EU as well as what can be done in preparation before 31 October 2019.

There are online seminars in six major industries:
  • agriculture and food
  • automotive
  • chemicals
  • general traders
  • hauliers and logistics
  • life sciences
For more information and to register, click here.
02.10.2019 [243574-0]
Published on 02.10.2019
Großbritannien: Web-Seminare zur Brexit-UnterstützungGerman version of this article...

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