What BREXIT MEANS for SMEs

Although Britain formally left the EU on the 31 January 2020, we are currently in a transition period where we are able to continue trading with the EU on the same terms while an agreement to settle our future relationship with the EU is being negotiated. The transition period will end on 31 December 2020

Despite the additional challenges the UK faces from COVID-19 in 2020, the UK government has indicated that it will not ask for an extension to the current transition period. Businesses need to formulate plans now with this in mind.

We know what Brexit means for UK and EU businesses, large and small, and can advise accordingly. 

At ResilianceHelp.com we have experts on our team who can provide the following consultancy services to help your SMEs prepare for the end of the Brexit transition:
1. Briefing notes or fact sheets on a variety of EU exit topics including:

a. EU exit explained
b. What does the new commercial environment post-transition mean for business?
c. What will change when importing or exporting?
d. What will change when providing services?
e. What will the new commercial environment mean for ecommerce?
f. Trade with Northern Ireland
g. Trade with the rest of the world

2. Training and presentations on preparing for the end of the transition period
(these can vary in length from 10 minutes to whole day courses)
3. One-to-one business advice on preparing for the end of the transition period
4. UK-EU Negotiation monitoring and explanation (available as Newsletter, video blog or blogs)
5. Way-finding and sign-posting information sources – our experts can direct businesses as to where to find and how to use the best information for their business