The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, now in place, means change. It will require adapting to new trading arrangements, rules and regulations. The Agreement includes provisions to support trade in services (including financial
services and legal services). The Northern Ireland Protocol does not cover Trade in Services, so there will be changes for your Cross-Border Trade.
Choose an area of support from the options below:
General Trade in Services
Important trading requirements for each trade route, trade information and useful FAQ’s for cross-border SMEs in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
GDPR & Data Protection
A guide to GDPR, data protections and data transfers and what has changed for cross-border SMEs.
An outline of the key areas of change in VAT for goods and services for various trade routes, includes useful links and a VAT factsheet.
The recognition of qualifications has changed, learn to how, if necessary, how to get qualifications recognised.
A guide on how to review and act on any changes in the rules relating to e-commerce that apply to cross-border SMEs.
Going forward there will be some changes regarding the public procurement, this details what has changed, important takeaways and FAQs.