Brexit has happened and the UK’s transition agreement with the EU expires on the 31st of December, so to help you prepare SimplyVAT are running a Brexit Bootcamp next week. There will be daily webinars over four days airing from the 7th to the 10th September 2020 at 3pm BST.
The Brexit Bootcamp will provide practical insights from experts ranging from customs and logistics, to VAT and exporting to new markets. The programme will also showcase how real business owners are preparing their operations for the end of the Brexit transition period. With only four months until the UK is set to cut ties with the European Union, there has never been a more crucial time for business leaders to reflect on their current operations. The Brexit Bootcamp will bring tough subjects to the forefront of the conversation.
Brexit Bootcamp Agenda
The Brexit Bootcamp is free to attend so sign up to reserve your place and here’s what you can expect:
Day 1: Working out Customs and Logistics
Start preparing your supply chain by understanding what to expect at the UK / EU border as we discuss importing and exporting. Having a smooth logistics operation will be key to ensuring you get your products where they need to be, when they need to be there.
Day 2: Get your VAT fighting fit
As marketplaces adapt to their new VAT responsibilities and businesses face a range of changes to their obligations, we’ll dig down into the specifics of maintaining your VAT compliance through the transition.
Day 3: Take it to the next level – Export to new Markets
Explore potential opportunities for growth and learn about breaking into new territories with tips for achieving success on international marketplaces, deciding which channels will be best for your business and examining resources available to you, this webinar has everything you need to expand your business in a post-Brexit world!
Day 4: A training guide to getting ready for Q4 and Brexit
Not only will these seasoned sellers be sharing words of wisdom but a blueprint to how they are changing their operations and businesses to adapt in the lead up to the final quarter of the year, and the end of the transition period.