Is your Business Brexit Ready?
Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce have a range of services available to support your international trade activities and planning pre and post-Brexit, “deal” or “no deal”.
If you’re not sure what you need to get your business prepared, this is a great place to start.
We have a range of services to support you and have links with many other partners who can give you the help you need.
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Pre-order your FREE Brexit International Trade Preparation Essentials Guide
The brand new Brexit Essentials guide has been developed in association with Strong & Herd LLP, and will help businesses meet the new compliances and requirements as they happen.
The changes will cover a wide range of business activities, but the guide has been designed to help you start to act right away by identifying the issues that will affect you and your company.
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Not sure what you need to know?
We have access to a team of International Trade specialists to support you with your Brexit-related queries and frequently asked questions.
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Use this quick form to tell us what you need guidance on, and one of our International Trade specialists will get in contact to give you the help and guidance you need.
We run a host of Brexit-related courses to train and guide you on what is needed to prepare you business for the changes ahead:
Understanding origin preference and free trade agreements
We also offer Bespoke Brexit-related courses for companies:
These can be courses tailored to a company’s individual requirements for a group of people.
To find out more, please contact us:
Bespoke Brexit Consultancy
For those companies who have a number of different Brexit-related questions, we can supply a specialist International Trade consultant to spend a day at your organisation to work through existing or potential Brexit-related questions and support you in preparing your business.
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