InterTradeIreland Trade Series webinars

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Help to navigate Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland & Great Britain trade requirements

InterTradeIreland is hosting a series of free webinars to help businesses navigate trade between Ireland, Northern Ireland and Great Britain.

Supporting businesses of all sizes, these webinars will provide you with guidance to support future trade under the UK/EU Free Trade Agreement and the Windsor Framework and share the most up to date information and recommendations.

The aim of these webinars is:

  • To build confidence and ambition of businesses to start to export or increase the volume of their exports.
  • Provide easy to understand advice about a range of areas to support businesses that trade between Ireland, Northern Ireland and GB.
  • To provide an opportunity for businesses to find out more information about the range of fully funded support offered by InterTradeIreland.

Navigating the Windsor Framework - 30 May 2024, 10.30am - 11.30am

This webinar will feature experts from HMRC who will provide an update on the upcoming changes associated with the Windsor Framework and how these will impact your business.

In addition, find out details of free support from available from InterTradeIreland to help grow your business.

Webinar Content:

  • Background to the Windsor Framework and a timeline of upcoming changes
  • The UK Internal Market Scheme
  • Moving goods which are “At Risk”
  • Requirements for Parcels

Book your place.

A guide to understanding VAT - 4 June 2024, 11am - 12.30pm

This webinar will discuss the topic of VAT and how you can manage your businesses’ VAT obligations.

Webinar content:

  • What is VAT
  • VAT on goods
  • VAT on services
  • Cross-border VAT Requirements
  • Import/Export VAT implications
  • Completing VAT Returns
  • VAT Margin Schemes

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Further information

Webinars and events will take place over the coming months and cover specific topic areas including customs, supply chain management, finance, and cross-border sales generation.

More dates to be added throughout 2024.

First published 10 April 2024