Event

Exporting to the EU post Brexit: trade and services

3 March 2021

This event will provide you with a background and context of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and answer some practical questions on the implications of Brexit for the education sector.

When

2pm - 3:30pm

Where

This event will
be hosted as a
webinar
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Price

Free for Members / £50 for Non-Members

This event will provide you with a background and context of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and answer some practical questions on the implications of Brexit for the education sector.

 

Our panel of expert speakers will deliver a focused analysis of the key elements of the agreement which you may find particularly relevant including the provisions on trade, goods, and servicesYou will receive an up to date brief on the implications of the deal and receive practical guidance from the specialist speakers  

Learning Objectives:

  • How is services trade handled in the Brexit trade deal? 
  • What are the implications for different types of activities e.g. attending trade shows, moving goods cross border and digital trade? 

Topics expected to be covered include:  

  • Paying customs/VAT 
  • Issues transporting to Ireland/ Northern Ireland 
  • Trading in EU as a small company 
  • Custom clearance 
  • EU business representatives 
  • How to deal with paperwork.

Speakers: 

  • Professor Sarah Hall, Professor of Economic Geography, University of Nottingham
  • Frank Suttie, Director, Freeths LLP
  • James Kane, Associate, Insitute for Government
  • Monica Thompson, Policy Analyst, BESA (Chair)