Time is running out for Worcestershire businesses to book a free appointment with a specialist advisor. The program sponsored by Worcester Business Central to provide business owners with bespoke advice about what happens when we leave the EU at the end of December finishes on 31st March. It’s easy to book, visit brexitready.me and choose a date and time to suit your diary.
If you know that you need to understand the implications of Brexit for your business, or if you are a trusted advisor of clients who need to know (accountant, business coach, HR professional or financial advisor) relief is at hand. Business owners on the program have saved themselves hours of time scrolling through official websites, trying to find advice, for example about tariff codes for their products or regulations about employing EU nationals. What they appreciate is the tailored advice they receive, which saves a lot of time and hassle trying to work it out for yourself.
Whatever the outcome of the trade talks, there are things local businesses can do to prepare right now, which will make the transition at the end of the year easier to manage. If you’d like to spend an hour looking at the specific issues that affect your business and discuss how to approach opportunities for international trade, at no cost to you, book an appointment today.
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Worcestershire business owners can access free advice to help them prepare to leave the EU. Business owners need to know and plan for changes that will happen to the way they do business at the end of the transition period on 31st December 2020. Businesses can book a free individual appointment in February or March 2020 with a specialist advisor from Aardvark Marketing Consultants on https://brexitready.me/
Henrietta Brealey, director of policy and strategic relationships at Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, said: “Negotiations on the future UK-EU relationship are only just beginning and we’re already seeing what’s set to be a major sticking point come to the fore – regulatory divergence. Many businesses want to see as frictionless trade as possible. However comprehensive any final trade deal is, it will be a trade deal – not membership of the EU. As a result, it is important for businesses to remain vigilant as the way they do business with the EU is going to change.”
The most recent survey of West Midlands businesses revealed that 40% of local firms export goods and 27% export services to the EU. 47% import goods from the EU. These individual coaching sessions are designed to make sure each business owner is fully aware of the changes and how they can affect their business so they can plan accordingly.
Kevin Aisbitt, Growth Hub Manager for Worcestershire Business Central, said: “It is paramount for us to support local businesses through the practicalities of the UK leaving the European Union. I urge all businesses to attend to ensure that their business is prepared for any eventuality of Brexit.”
If your business could benefit act now and book your appointment on https://brexitready.me/ . Please share this link with other businesses on your social networks
This program is sponsored by Worcestershire Business Central and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
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