Brexit - What does your business need to know

The UK's withdrawal from, and future relationship with, the European Union continues to be one of the dominant features of the UK political and business landscape. 

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce are aware of the demand from our members and the wider Norfolk business community for impartial and practical advice to help them to prepare for the UK’s exit from the European Union.


With less than 100 days to go until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, there are still many key issues that are unclear for businesses in a ‘no deal’ scenario on October 31 – from what trade agreements will be in place with countries around the globe, to whether and how firms can move skilled staff between the UK and EU, and which regulations they will need to follow.   The British Chambers of Commerce has put together a risk register, showing the progress: BCC Risk Register


For companies of every size and sector need clarity in order to take decisions, invest and prepare for the future, Norfolk Chambers of Commerce is here to help support you and your business - download the documents below to help you get prepared for the UK's exit from the European Union

Below are some of the key areas that may impact on your business:

In early 2019, the Government launched a hub for no deal Brexit information which has dedicated sections for businesses, individuals, UK nationals in the EU and EU nationals in the UK.  The webpages includes a tool for filtering the technical notices, partnership packs and other guidance based on company sector.


Norfolk Chambers of Commerce is a major issuer of export documentation in the United Kingdom.  We also issue European Community Certificates of Origin, Arab-British Certificates of Origin, Invoices, and International trade related documents such as EUR1 and ATR Movement Certificates, or, embassy legalisation. For full details of all our services click here.  


Whatever your international training needs are, Norfolk Chambers of Commerce can help.

The UK Chamber of Commerce network has partnered with some of the leading industry experts to launch brand new Customs Declarations Training designed to prepare businesses and trade professionals for the future of trade.

The way we trade with the EU is about to change, introducing the need for forms and processes not previously required. Up-skilling your people is the key to continued trading success once the UK leaves the EU.  Below are some of the training courses Norfolk Chambers will be running in the coming months:

If you cannot find the right course or you need more information, please contact:


Norfolk Chambers of Commerce want to ensure that your business is kept up to date with all the latest information on Brexit – below are some useful sources of information:

If you have any further questions, would like further clarification or would like to provide feedback, please email: or call on: 01603 729 713.




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