Practical Brexit Support
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce are focused on the practicalities of Brexit for business communities across the UK.
Get Me Brexit Ready
Since the decision to leave the EU, the Chamber Network has successfully campaigned for answers to the pragmatic concerns of businesses.
This page is designed to outline the resources available to you to help you prepare for the changes ahead.
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Business Brexit Checklist
While the final settlement between the UK and EU remains to be agreed, there are steps that firms of all sizes can take now to start planning for the future.
Our Business Brexit Checklist below will help companies consider the changes that Brexit may bring, and help to plan at both operational and Board level.
No-deal Guidance Dashboard
The UK government has advised firms to prepare for a no-deal exit from the European Union.
In order to plan for that unwelcome possibility, companies of all sectors and sizes need to understand exactly what conditions they will face and how to prepare their operations to be ready for day one of the UK’s departure.
Get Brexit Ready
The Chamber has a range of services available to support your International Trade activities, and planning pre and post-Brexit, and ‘deal’ or ‘no-deal’.
If you’re not sure what you need to get your business prepared, this is a great place to start.
Exit Focus is the Chamber’s bi-weekly e-newsletter that will provide the latest updates and happenings from parliament, share the most recent Brexit related news and feature comments from leading business figures in the country.
Latest Brexit News
Responding to the Chancellor’s comment that there will be no regulatory alignment with the EU after Brexit, reported in an interview with the Financial Times today, BCC Co-Executive Director, Claire Walker, said: “Our business communities have differing views but are...
Boris Johnson has met with the new President of the European commission Ursula von der Leyen over the next round of Brexit talks. This coming after the PM’s Brexit Bill cleared the House of Commons where it will now go through scrutiny by the House of Lords. Von der...
With a majority of 124, the House of Commons passed the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill last week, setting the UK on course to leave the EU on 31 January. The legislation made it unlawful for the government to extend trade talks beyond the end of 2020....
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