Published in the Black Country Chamber of Commerce News – link to article below
The International Trade and Brexit Seminar saw several businesses come together to raise their questions to Chamber team and a panel of experts…
It was standing room only at the first event of 2019 at the Black Country Chamber International Trade and Brexit event with a room full of concerned business owners desperate for answers and eager for clarification on how Brexit will affect their business.
The panel of industry experts, gathered for the popular and oversubscribed event, including trade advisors, market research consultants, customs experts, HMRC and corporate lawyers spent three hours helping to provide answers and guidance for companies to maintain efficiency and effectiveness in trade.
Corin Crane, Chief Executive of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce was joined on the panel by Paul Wrighting, National Trade Services Manager for British Chambers of Commerce, Frances Long, Market Research Consultant at Deliberate Research, Rob Pryce, Managing Director at Clearlight Customs Ltd, Peter Wilding Brexit Advisor at FBC Manby Bowdler, Shakil Ahmed, Stakeholder Manager at HMRC and International Trade Advisor for the Black Country Chamber, Gerald La Touche.
Importers, exporters, transport and logistics, freight forwarders and manufacturers, sat listening intently to the panel as the event offered a rare opportunity to hear directly from, and put concerns and questions to, the experts, who presented on everything from AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) accreditation processes, Market Selection & Research, applying for Approved Exporter Status Authorisation, Customs and CDS, (Customs Declaration Service), the move from CHIEF to CDS and the Government’s Settlement scheme and EU migrant workforce.
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