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Attend a UKFT Brexit event

The UK Fashion & Textile Association is holding a series of FREE events across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales over the coming weeks to provide practical Brexit advice and support for UK fashion and textile businesses in the lead up to the exit from the European Union.

Register for the FREE events using the following links:

14 October: London

16 October: Huddersfield

21 October: Belfast

21 October: London

22 October: Edinburgh

22 October: Hawick

23 October: Northampton

23 October: Manchester

24 October: London

24 October: Cardiff

24 October: Leicester

25 October: Gateshead

UKFT will outline the actions that companies should be taking to minimise disruption to trade, with a chance to ask questions on specific issues that affect their business. The events will cover both exporting to the EU and importing from the EU. UKFT will provide an update on the latest developments regarding:

  • Export Paperwork
  • Samples (Bringing in or taking out)
  • Export Tariffs
  • Import Tariffs
  • Outward Processing Relief (OPR)
  • Common Transit Convention
  • VAT (for importing or exporting)
  • CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora)
  • Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP)
  • Generalised System of Preferences (GSP)
  • Labelling
  • REACH regulations
  • Standards
  • People & Workers’ Rights
  • Intellectual Property, Copyright and Trademarks
  • Public Procurement

There will be a webinar on 28 October 2019: more details to be announced shortly.

“There has been a glut of information on how businesses can prepare for the UK leaving the European Union but these events and resources have been developed specifically for the UK fashion and textile industry encompassing the key things our businesses need to know,” said Adam Mansell, CEO of UKFT. “We want to reach as many firms as possible to ensure we minimise disruption for our industry and it is ready to exploit any new opportunities leaving the EU may bring.”