• UK–EU Trade: Improving Administrative Procedures & Supporting UK Businesses Trading with Europe Post-Brexit

    UK–EU Trade: Improving Administrative Procedures & Supporting UK Businesses Trading with Europe Post-Brexit

    This timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity for policymakers, industry representatives, customs authorities, and other key stakeholders to gain a better understanding on the current state of UK-EU cross-border trade and how to relieve the pressure imposed upon international traders and businesses.

    Programme

    • Learn about the current state of EU-UK trade and the major challenges businesses are facing post-Brexit
    • Gain an understanding of administration procedures/paperwork required of the trading industry under the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA)
    • Discuss how to support UK businesses trading into Europe
    • Develop new solutions for customs officials, local authorities and businesses to smoothen the administrative process
    • Examine the political and economic sustainability of the Northern Ireland Protocol, and Northern Ireland’s place between two custom entities
    • Identify key areas of improvement to prevent border congestion and unbalanced trade going forward
    • Assess the impacts and duration of the customs agent shortage situation
    • Consider the disruption caused by labour shortages to UK supply chains and potential solutions

    Who Should Attend?

    • Central Government Officials
    • Civil Servants
    • Local Authorities
    • Tax and Customs Authorities
    • Educational Institutions
    • Academics
    • Local Democracy Groups
    • EU Funding Bodies
    • Civil Society Groups
    • Political Party Members
    • Regional Development Agencies
    • International Trade Bodies
    • Tourist Board Members
    • Researchers
    • Social Scientists
    • Social Workers
    • Employment Officials
    • Benefits authorities
    • Urban Regeneration bodies
    • Charities
    • Private sector businesses
    • Infrastructure experts
    • Economists
    • Welfare authorities
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