EU Exit business advice from UK Government

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Discover the latest advice from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to ensure your business is up to date on the latest information and guidance for business on the UK exiting the EU.

Did you know that the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy runs email bulletins aimed at keeping trade associations, business representative bodies and business intermediaries up to date on the latest information and guidance for business on the UK exiting the EU? These handy email updates is to signpost you to tools and resources to help you and your members prepare for a no deal Exit from the EU.

You can sign up by emailing sed@beis.gov.uk with subject line Business Intermediary EU Exit Bulletin Subscribe.


GOV.UK Triage Tool

GOV.UK has an online tool to help businesses prepare for the UK leaving the EU. Businesses can use the Triage Tool to find out:

  • what your business may need to do to prepare for the UK leaving the EU
  • what’s changing in your sector
  • information on specific rules and regulations

You will will need to answer 7 simple questions to get guidance relevant to your business.

Helpful Tools and Resources

BEIS Leaving the EU: Advice for SMEs

NEW- BEIS has recently published a leaflet with information to help small businesses prepare their business for when the UK leaves the EU: Leaving the EU Advice for SMEs

Providing services to EEA and EFTA countries after EU Exit

Guidance for UK businesses on EU service provision if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 with no deal, UK businesses will no longer operate under European Economic Area (EEA) regulations for the cross-border trade of services.  Additional country guides were published this week that contain information and links to help businesses navigate the third country regulations in each country. The updated list is here:Providing Services to EEA and EFTA Countries after EU Exit

BEIS Sector Primers

These sector primers aim to bring together on one webpage the top 3 – 5 issues for each sector and provide guidance. The primers link through to more detailed material elsewhere on gov.uk. A final batch have now been published, please could you pass on to stakeholders and ask them to cascade through their networks. The sectors covered are:

DEFRA Sector Primers


For more information… please visit the triage tool or email sed@beis.gov.uk

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