Brexit - Advice for businesses and voluntary organisations

Doing business with Europe has changed. You need to follow new rules on exports, imports, tariffs, data and hiring. 

 

Useful guidance:

Comprehensive information about the changes can be found by visiting:

A range of new guidance and regulations are summarised in regular Council bulletins:

 

Brexit Bulletins

26 February: Bulletin Content - Webinars for importers of food and drink products from the EU to Great Britain; The Field Force Support Programme; Update: Register for the Goods Vehicle Movement Service – Welsh translation added; Update: Get a goods movement reference – Welsh translation added; Support for businesses who move goods to the EU: Business Wales.

26 January: Bulletin Content - Letter to businesses from Ken Skates regarding the end of the EU Transition Period; Business Wales EU Transition Portal; UK government tracker; Brexit Transition Changes – Actions for Businesses; Sector Specific Brexit Transition Actions; New financial support for the UK’s fishing businesses that export to the EU; People urged to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

18 January: Bulletin Content - Webinars for organisations that trade with the EU; How to report EU sales made on or before 31 December 2020 for VAT; The UK’s Integrated Tariff Schedule; Carry out international road haulage; How to export wild caught marine fishery products to the EU from 1 January2021; Food labelling: giving food information to consumers; Food and Drink EU Transition Newsletter.

11 January: Bulletin Content - The telecoms and information services sector from January 2021; The sports and recreation sector from January 2021; The media and broadcasting sectors from January 2021; The digital, technology and computer services sectors from January 2021; The arts, culture and heritage sectors from January 2021; The creative industries sector from January 2021; The tourism sector from January 2021; Changes to VAT treatment of overseas goods sold to customers from 1 January 2021.

7 January: Bulletin Content - Social security contributions for workers coming to the UK from the EEA or Switzerland; Protected geographical food and drink names: UK GI schemes; International road haulage: HGV driver documents; International bus or coach services and tours: driver documents; Selling services to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein; Claiming preferential rates of duty between the UK and EU; Using personal data in your business or other organisation; Guidance to support commercial fishermen, merchants and exporters following the UK/EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement; Intellectual property after 1 January 2021; Delaying declarations for EU goods brought into Great Britain; Rules of origin for goods moving between the UK and EU; Guidance for Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) sectors on the UK’s exit from the EU; List of customs agents and fast parcel operators; Port of Holyhead – Holyhead inland border facility: ATA Carnets, Office of Destination and Office of Departure. 

 

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