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After Brexit: how will « rules of origin » impact your business?

You wonder what the concrete impact of Brexit is on businesses? You witness the economic effects of Brexit, and wonder how it can affect your business? Can your company work in Europe after Brexit? Most of the answers to these questions probably lie in the cryptic expression, "rules of origin."
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Logistics : The direct impact of Brexit on businesses

Exports from the UK to customers in the EU have come under pressure since the UK officially exited the EU’s single market and customs union. This is partly due to new controls and procedures, which lead to transport delays and rising shipping costs. This raises important questions about how companies will adapt to this new situation, and how UK supply chains will restructure.
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The impact of Brexit on Fashion industry : The battle of cost

The once thriving British fashion industry is heavily internationally-oriented. As such, it has been deeply affected by the latest restrictions caused by the new UK/EU free trade agreement.
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[INTERVIEW] Exploring the new EU VAT rules in a post-Brexit market

A critical EU Reform to E-commerce VAT came into force on the 1st of July 2021. It will directly impact non-EU countries exports to European customers. British businesses exporting to European customers should be aware of it and act as soon as possible to adapt. Read our article and watch the full interview to learn more on the topic!

VAT alert: new EU rules from 1st July 2021 – are you ready?

The European Union launched a very important reform of VAT rules that apply to B to C e-commerce, which will come into force on 1st July 2021. Few people have heard of this reform, but its impact will be extremely wide-ranging on retailers and e-commerce, and even more so for British companies selling to EU clients, since they are now outside the Single European Market.

15 key points about the transition from CE to UKCA marking

Brexit brought about substantial changes for companies: reorganisation of supply chains,  rules of origin, new customs regulations, sanitary and phytosanitary controls, etc. One of the most important changes concerns the transition from CE to UKCA marking. Nord France Invest answers your most frequently asked questions on this subject.

Short Straits Users Forum: helping UK companies continue to access European markets

Le SSUF est un forum qui a pour ambition d’accompagner les entreprises impliquées dans le commerce entre l’UE et le Royaume-Uni. Nord France Invest vous explique en quoi il peut vous aider.
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Triple Shock: How it will affect UK companies

How will UK companies face the triple shock of Brexit, Covid-19 and other external factors such as the green transition? Discover an in-depth analysis.
What impact does Brexit have on your business model? Strategic article

[AFTER BREXIT] Start or adapt your business in France

After more than four years of uncertainty, Brexit is now a reality: the United Kingdom has left the European Union. This signals a paradigm shift for the European economy as a whole, for trade between the UK and the EU, and—above all—for British companies themselves. What are the main risk factors? What are the implications for your business? And what changes can you implement to transform this threat into a business opportunity?

Why is there a labour shortage right now?

Nord France Invest answers your most commonly asked questions considering the current labour shortages Europe is facing and how it can affect your investments

New challenges for the UK automotive industry

New challenges are emerging for UK car manufacturers: Brexit, Covid-19 or even the electric vehicle revolution. Discover the answers to your questions.