techUK no deal webcasts

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    Monday07Oct 2019
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    techUK partnered with Deloitte to produce a series of webcasts to help the tech sector prepare for a possible no deal outcome.

Until a withdrawal agreement has been ratified by the UK and EU Parliaments or Article 50 has been revoked by the UK no deal remains a possible end state for the Brexit process.

In order to support our members, prepare for this possibility techUK has produced information and guidance to help our members get ready.

As part of this techUK has worked with Deloitte to host a series of webcasts and produce a FAQs pages across a number of key areas to provide support. 

You can watch back techUK’s webcasts with Deloitte at the links below. 

These webcasts cover five key areas techUK identified as core concerns for the tech sector. These are: 

 

Flows of personal data between the UK and the EEA
 

 

The end of freedom of movement between the UK and the EEA.

 

 

Importing and exporting goods and services

 

 

The mobility of workers between the UK and EEA. 

 

 

Regulation.

 

 

*please note these webcasts were produced in partnership Deloitte using funding received through the UK Government’s Business Readiness Fund. 
To view the webcasts, you will need to register and provide some personal information such as you name, email address and job title. You can read Deloitte’s privacy notice which accompanies the webcast when you register or at this link.

 

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