Prepare your business for EU Exit
The UK is set to leave the EU imminently. Leaving the EU means your business may need to prepare for change.
Delivering a deal negotiated with the EU remains the government’s top priority. With an implementation period until December 2020, this would give businesses stability, certainty and time to prepare for our new relationship after EU Exit.
However, the government must plan for every possible outcome including no deal. Without a deal, businesses may need to take action before 29 March 2019.
Click here to understand how leaving the EU may affect your business and what you can do to get ready. This will provide information on the following:
- Employing EU citizens: Changes to areas include movement of people, settled status and qualifications
- Importing, exporting and transporting: Changes to areas include importing or exporting goods, moving goods across borders, haulage permits, customs and tax
- Operating in the EU: Changes to areas if your business operates in the European Union
- Regulation and standards for products and goods: Changes to areas if you sell physical products or goods in the UK
- Using personal data: Changes to exchanging personal data with another organisation in Europe
- European and domestic funding: Changes to funding for areas include research and higher education, social and structural development and sector-specific funds
- Intellectual property: Changes to areas include copyrights, trademarks and patents
- Energy and climate: Changes to areas include energy, renewables, the nuclear industry and regulated carbon emissions
- Public sector procurement: Changes to areas include government contracts