Businesses trading with the European Union (EU) have less than a month to get ready for new import and exports customs controls which come into force from 1 January 2022.
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1st January 2021
And at the last minute, the UK and EU finally settled on an agreement. Both sides have made concessions, and there are some areas which require more clarification.
21st December 2020
The UK will shortly leave the single market and customs union, and the impact of a deal or no-deal scenario will come into play.
17th November 2020
A brand new Skills Portal, making it easier for those looking for a new job, to learn new skills or set up their own business has been launched today.
16th October 2020
A package of measures to help businesses in England build back better following the pandemic has been announced by the Government today. 9 mins
9th October 2020
The UK has left the EU and is leaving the EU single market and customs union. 5 mins
1st October 2020
This post was written by Janina Neumann. Janina is a bilingual graphic designer, intercultural management trainer, and business owner of
10th June 2020
This post was written by John Taylerson. John is a former Director of several food and drink companies including DairyStix, coffee syrups and coffee / drinks.
29th April 2020
The global outbreak of COVID-19 has put most business plans on hold. Recruitment drives, training programmes, office expansions and new market entrances have become difficult, if not impossible.
10th April 2020
It's easy to think that EU Exit is the stuff of Westminster and Brussels, of politicians and diplomacy, and of corporations and conglomerates.
2nd April 2020
It's now been almost 4 years since David Cameron oversaw the EU Referendum.