EU Exit Programme – Get your head around doing business post EU

08 Dec
  8th December 2020
  11:00am to 12:00pm
  Virtual World

A two-part webinar on the changes coming in 2021 delivered by an EU and regulation expert.

You need to prepare for the new business environment in 2021 but have no idea where to start……
Attending this 2 part workshop will help with that.

During the 2 sessions you will be taken through the changes next year, how to find out what applies to your business and where to find the right information.
The workshops are delivered by Sietske de Groot; Sietstke is an EU and regulation expert, market access adviser, trainer and speaker on EU-UK trade and political issues.

Please note – By registering to attend this 1st session on the 8th December you are also committing to attend the 2nd session on 10th December.

Tuesday 8th December 1100-1200

What will 2021 mean for:

• Moving goods between the UK and the EU?

• Selling services from the UK and in the EU?

• Travel, staff and business mobility?

• Q&A

Thursday 10th December 1100-1200

Finding the best information sources for your business:

• Where to find and how to use them?

• Specific examples of how to prepare with the available details

• Q& A – please do ask any questions before the session if you can as this will allow Sietske time to prepare a full answer.

This is an online event – you will be emailed the joining instructions by erica.sherry@telford.gov.uk on the morning of the event – please check your spam/junk folders.

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About Sietske de Groot – EU Regulatory Expert & Director and Founder of Trade Peers Ltd

Sietske is an EU and regulation expert, market access adviser, trainer and speaker on EU-UK trade and political issues. She is founder and director of Trade Peers Ltd, a consultancy in the UK that was set up in 2016 to help organisations with Government policies, new regulation, in particular regarding the UK’s changing relationship with the European Single Market.Before setting up Trade Peers, Sietske headed up the EU policy team at the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and was based in Brussels as a lobbyist. Also, she was close to the EU-US TTIP and EU-Canada CETA negotiations between 2013-2016.