Category: EUBusiness

2020 will be a year of unique transitioning for many businesses, grasping the challenges and the opportunities that they are faced with as the UK departs from the EU.

Late last year, the Government agreed in principle a new Brexit deal with the European Union. The UK will now depart from the EU at 11pm on 31 January 2020.

Businesses are doing their best to proactively plan for all eventualities; whilst still awaiting the trade deals that will be happening this year. 

Whether you are a business that has already completed a full ‘Brexit’ health-check, or you are still having inaugural conversations, getting to grips with what the future may hold whilst thinking through the changes that Brexit may bring to your business is essential, and could yield very tangible dividends.

To enable and empower businesses to gain as much of an understanding as possible, and feel supported through the process, you will find information and guidance to support you through the transitional 12 month period and beyond on our dedicated Leaving the EU page.  

There are tangible top-tips as well as signposting, designed to support you with news, views, reviews and resources to keep you informed and up to date.

For bespoke support or to talk through any challenges your businesses may be facing, email invest@plymouth.gov.uk.  We are particular keen to reach out and support any foreign-owned businesses located here in Plymouth.

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