Preparing for D1 ND Brexit

Political stalemate between the UK and the EU breeds continued business uncertainty but there is no doubt that businesses need to be preparing for the ramifications of a ‘No Deal Brexit’.

Prepare for the worst, or the worst really could happen.

In this one-hour presentation, Holly Tonge from the Institute of Export & International Trade guides you through the ‘D1 ND’ (Day 1 No Deal) measures introduced by the UK government, along with advice on preparations you need to consider making to ensure as smooth a continuation of trade as is possible with EU partners in the increasingly likely event of a ‘No Deal Brexit’.

The video also covers what day one of a ‘No Deal Brexit Britain’ could look like in practical terms and how government grant funding can go towards training that gives you the skills you’ll need – including completing Customs declarations.

Useful links

EORI Mythbuster

Non-preferential tariff rates and quotas on imports if the UK leaves the EU with no deal

The UK Generalised Scheme of Preferences

UK trade agreements with non-EU countries in a no-deal Brexit


Government grants can be used towards courses that help exporters learn how to complete Customs Declarations.

More information 

Several of the training courses provided by the Institute of Export & International Trade can be fully funded by these grants, including:

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