Businesses and Brexit
- Advice to Small Businesses
- Understanding Brexit
- EU Transition Business Resource Hub
- Local Government Association’s Brexit Advice Hub
- Brexit training grants
- Useful webinars
- Haringey Brexit Business Advice Service
- Post Brexit E-Commerce guide
- Further information
- Contact details
The information on this page is aimed at helping businesses to prepare for Brexit. We want to do as much as it can to support our residents and businesses through the Brexit transition.
Our Brexit Business Advice Service has now launched, sign up to receive bespoke Brexit business support.
To help small firms and the self-employed to prepare for exiting the European Union during the transition period to 31 December 2020, the Federation of Small Businesses has created some Brexit guidance (external link) plus an informative guide on Setting up a business in Europe after Brexit: how to keep your access to the single market (external link).
The BBC's 'reality check' page (external link) has a selection of useful articles on Brexit including guidance on:
- the single market (external link)
- what a no-deal Brexit would mean (external link)
- what preparation is being made for a no-deal outcome (external link)
The EU Transition Business Resource Hub (external link) provides information from the London Mayor’s London Business Hub.
Brexit transition: time is running out
There are new rules for businesses and citizens from 1 January 2021.
- Find out more at www.gov.uk/transition
The Local Government Association’s Brexit advice hub (external link) is meant for regulating authorities but also provides advice for businesses.
For an overview of the indicative timeline on exiting the EU you can visit the Institute for Government (external link).
Importers or exporters can apply for £1,000 per organisation to support the cost of basic customs training.
You can apply to get funding for recruitment, employee training, IT and training projects - find out more at GOV.UK (external link).
- BEIS webinars - a range of sector-specific webinars (external link)
- Open to Export - focus on preparing UK businesses to export post-EU (external link)
- Local London free webinars on Brexit (external link)
We have launched a Business Brexit Advice service which will provide free hands-on support for Haringey businesses to guide them through the changes their businesses will need to make in a post-Brexit business environment.
If you are interested in receiving bespoke Brexit support, please fill out our short questionnaire. Your responses will also help to determine both the level and focus of our support offer.
Payoneer (external link) has put together this useful guide to help businesses to navigate the post-Brexit e-commerce landscape.
This includes information on how to prepare for Brexit as a cross-border e-Seller, key dates for Amazon sellers, and guidance on reinventing your logistics.
- Download the Post-Brexit e-commerce guide (PDF, 4MB)
For insight into the UK's future relationship with the European Union, you can visit the Institute for Government website (external link).
Brexit and businesses
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 07966 889 416
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