Your views on the top issues in International Trade
Helping local businesses trade globally is a key mission for every accredited Chamber of Commerce. Recently, businesses have been faced with a variety of new and significant challenges when operating internationally. The voice of businesses with direct experience of these issues needs to be heard - both on the immediate challenge of international trade, and on wider business issues.
In this seven-minute survey, we're seeking your views on several broad areas:
Your input is totally unique because it is shared directly to the most senior policy makers in UK government to create better trading conditions for your business.
- Current business conditions and pressures
- Your investment plans
- Barriers to trade
- Impacts flowing from Brexit
- Priorities for the net zero agenda.
As a business community, our collective voice has never been more important.
Complete the survey here >
Tomorrow: International Trade Club
Wednesday 13 October, 4.00-5.00pm
Hear from Richard Bartlett MIEX, Managing Director of EXPORT UNLOCKED LTD, as he gives an introduction to IPAFFS and its upcoming changes.
Register here >
With effect from 1 May 2021 HMRC provided new statements to be used on an EUR1 movement certificate. These statements replaced the previous ones which referred to now defunct Customs Notices.
With immediate effect any application that is received by the International Trade Team at the Chamber showing the old statements will have to be rejected. Please ensure that you are referring to previous communications from the Chamber which provided the statements that are now required to be used.
If you do not have access to these please email email@example.com to request the template wordings that we have.
Exporting - help to find new markets
Friday 22 October, 10.30am-4.00pm
This series of new events from Chamber International will show businesses how to leverage the Global Business Network to achieve their growth ambitions beginning with Japan and Mexico.
Anne-Marie Martin, Director of Global Business Networks at British Chambers of Commerce, is opening the session to introduce and highlight our Global Business Network.
Further details and registration here >