Issues that pre Brexit did not have to be taken into account are now vital if your shipment is to arrive with you without delays at the border. An understanding of those issues is paramount to efficient and successful trading going forward.This course will explain what your business needs to have in place, de-mystifying confusing Customs-speak.
This year Opportunities Doncaster LIVE will be hosted through virtual platform that will be live for one week. You'll be able to upload PDF and video content about career pathways in your industry and organisation. There's even a job board for you to promote your live vacancies. Whatever information you would usually offer at an in-person stand, you can do virtually with us. If you’d like to engage with students directly, our extended programme gives you the opportunity to host a live activity on the main stage or a live workshop with a small group of learners on 19 May. There is no extra cost to deliver an additional activity, we only ask that you are available on 19 May to participate.
Join James Martin, BCC?s Director of Policy in conversation with Emily Thornberry, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade as they explore the Labour Party?s views on the EU, UK economy, the financial hub of City of London & increasing the UK's trade & investment.
Providing an understanding of how to identify the needs and support staff allowing them to attain their goals and targets. Understand how individuals learn and how to develop performance and potential in the workplace through various coaching models and learning methods.
This course will inform the attendee on the current rules of origin, preference agreements, how to choose where goods originate ''officially'' in order to create and support accurate origin declarations.
British Chamber of Commerce: Key Milestones to UK’s accession to the CPTPP trading partnership and the value for UK Business
Join us as we explore and provide a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities offered through the UK's proposed accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
Learn how to use your website as a lead magnet by using social media as the vehicle to effectively drive traffic to your website.
An update from James Martin, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce. ''Restart, Rebuild and Renew ? business prospects through the pandemic and the TCA. - Covering what he feels the key challenges and opportunities are for UK SMEs and how the British Chambers can help businesses have a say and influence policy.