Businesses and Brexit
The information on this page is aimed at helping businesses through the Brexit transition now that the UK has left the EU. Find out more about the new Brexit rules (external link).
We want to do as much as we can to support our residents and businesses. Our Brexit Business Advice Service was launched in December 2020 and is free and available for Haringey businesses to access. Sign up to receive bespoke Brexit business support.
- Advice to Small Businesses
- EU Transition Business Resource Hub
- Local Government Association’s Brexit Advice Hub
- Useful webinars
- Haringey Brexit Business Advice Service
- Resilience Help
- Haringey Brexit Business Advice Service - resource centre
- Further information
- Contact details
To help small firms and the self-employed understand the new trading arrangements and procedures in place, the Federation of Small Businesses has created some Brexit guidance (external link).
The EU Transition Business Resource Hub (external link) provides information from the London Mayor’s London Business Hub.
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).
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.
Resilience Help is a team of experts providing tailored business resilience support to small and medium-sized businesses. They have already helped over 1,500 businesses across all 31 Boroughs of London, as well as the City of Westminster and City of London, to help them to understand the changes that Brexit will bring.
Resilience Help has already run over 80 workshops, a number of 1-2-1 sessions and presentations to businesses by their four expert advisors, and is supported by a strong events team.
In addition to providing dedicated 1-2-1 support to businesses, the team at Resilience Help will also provide regular insightful content which will cover a range of key issues to further help small and medium-sized companies to successfully navigate Brexit impact on their business.
- Rules of Origin EU-UK Trade (PDF, 240KB)
- Product safety and requirements (PDF, 390KB)
- Navigating your business through the new customs process (PDF, 350KB)
- What has changed for importers and exporters from Jan 2022? (PDF, 114KB)
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
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