Action to take after the Brexit transition
Now the UK has left the EU Customs Union and Single Market, businesses must adapt to the new rules.
Now the transition period with the European Union (EU) has ended, businesses need to focus on practical considerations, cope with new rules and any disruption that could affect them.
Businesses that do this should be in a stronger position to take advantage of the opportunities that Brexit offers.
Visit the Government's Brexit transition pageLink opens in a new window, where you can use the checker tool to quickly identify the actions that your business needs to take.
The tool will ask you questions about your business and provide all the information you need to be aware of, such as new rules on importing and exporting, moving goods to and from Northern Ireland, travelling abroad for work, and hiring staff from the EU.
Enter your postcode to find business support and case studies from businesses within your region. You'll be taken to our interactive map.
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