With costs rising for UK businesses, it's imperative that traders get practical solutions to managing price increases. Watch the recording now to get tips and guidance on how to manage the costs of doing your trade in 2023.
Trade, policy and economics experts will look more deeply into the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on global trade and what businesses can do to mitigate its ongoing effects and how to comply with sanctions.
IOE&IT's trade and customs experts will answer your questions about the challenges faced by traders, as well as the customs and digital solutions currently being developed by government to facilitate the smooth flow of goods through Welsh ports into Ireland.
International trade is at its best when it is inclusive and equal, representing the diversity of humankind, especially women. Discover how trade policy and initiatives at home and abroad can support and empower more women to enter and thrive in business and international trade.
After 30 November 2023, exporters must complete export declarations on CHIEF or NES. Join this free webinar where you can get answers from the experts and discover what you should be doing now to prepare for this significant change to completing and submitting declarations.
Get to grips with the new measures announced in the UK government's 2023 Spring Budget and their implications for trade.
Understand the implications of the UK government's draft plan for implementing import controls on goods entering Britain from the EU and non-EU countries.
Gain invaluable insight from the trade policy and customs experts at IOE&IT & DBT on the main trade-related rules and features of the UK-Australia Free Trade Agreement.
Gain invaluable insight from the trade policy and customs experts at IOE&IT & DBT on the main trade-related rules and features of the UK-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement.
Learn how your business can prove compliance to steal a march on competitors and to benefit from some of the easements and facilitations being made available by governments to trusted traders.
A study of more than 3,000 UK businesses has found that a quarter of SMEs do not currently export.
Get an overview of the research findings, the ways that digitalisation can help boost trade & explore some of the barriers businesses face when starting to export and how to overcome these.
A UK-India FTA could boost bilateral trade between the UK and India by £28bn a year by 2035.
Get an overview of the opportunities that a deal could create, challenges for trade between the countries and advice on how you and your team can gain the skills needed to trade successfully. Watch now
Our second webinar about the new model, this session includes an overview of the new risk categorisations for SPS-controlled goods, plus the government’s latest thinking around the implementation of the proposed model.
Get an overview of the upcoming changes to how EU businesses trade with the UK and what this means for your business from the trade and customs experts at IOE&IT and ICI.
Following industry feedback last year that suggested “quality varies across the customs intermediary market” and that a new standard would improve “the overall quality of service”, the UK government is consulting on a voluntary accreditation scheme for customs brokers.
In this webinar, the customs experts at the IOE&IT and at HMRC will look at what a customs intermediary standard could look like and what impact this could have.
In a rapidly changing world, ensuring you have up-to-date information and intelligence about the markets you trade with and the partners you do business with has never been more important.
Learn from the compliance experts at IOE&IT and GWCI as they discuss the changing nature of risk in global trade and what traders can do to manage this risk.
The Electronic Trade Documents Act was granted Royal Assent in July 2023.
Technology and digital economy minister Paul Scully said the legislation could save UK businesses over £1.1bn over the next ten years, paving the way, as it does, for the digitalisation of multiple cross-border trade processes.
Learn from the global trade experts what the legislation means for the industry and how your business can make the most of the new era it could create.
The UK government announced in August 2023 a new timeline for when businesses need to be completing export declarations using the Customs Declaration Service (CDS), adopting a “new phased approach” to the migration.
“Selected high-volume declarants” are being asked to move to CDS for exports by 30 November 2023, with all other businesses being required to use it by 30 March 2024.
Learn from the experts at the IOE&IT and HMRC what you need to do to prepare.
In August, the UK government published the final plan for implementing import controls on goods entering Great Britain, including a new 2024 timeline for introducing SPS controls that businesses must be aware of and prepared for.
Learn from our trade and customs experts about the now-confirmed approach to introducing these controls and when they are scheduled to come into effect.