Get your Business ready for BREXIT

Posted on: 9th October 2019

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Free Business Clinics across Kent

The Government is accelerating Brexit preparations so that the UK is ready to leave the EU on the 31st October.

Does your business purchase goods from the EU, travel to the EU or employ staff members from the EU?

If so then you should be taking action now.

Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of FREEĀ  business clinics across Kent to offer support to businesses looking to be Brexit ready for the end of the month.

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No Deal Preparation Hub for Businesses

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has also launched its online no deal preparation hub to provide advice for businesses on how to prepare for a no deal Brexit.

The Hub highlights eleven specific issues – such as importing / exporting good; trading services; data exchange; people; and regulated goods and services – with each section providing a list of key questions to consider.

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Government Brexit Business Readiness events

An event is taking place in Canterbury on 21 October as the Government continues to run its Brexit business readiness events.

This is a good opportunity to meet with government advisers and to find out what actions your business needs to take to prepare.

The events will combine a keynote address, interactive support, advice stands and in-depth sessions led by subject matter experts. They will provide you with specific business-focused advice and help.

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Brexit Preparation for Medical Technology companies

Medilink UK, a membership organisation representing over 1350 medical technology and life-science businesses, is organising a series of free events and webinars to help business prepare for Brexit.

The ensure life science businesses are prepared for Brexit, Medilink UK will provide expert guidance and detailed information on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

The events will help businesses understand the risk and opportunities that Brexit presents. Attendees will hear from experts on regulatory considerations, trading implications, recruitment, legal, intellectual property, finance and export opportunities.

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