The UK and EU have agreed a Trade and Cooperation Agreement governing future trade relations and supporting tariff-free trading across a wide range of goods and services. This means that doing business with Europe has changed, and you need to follow new rules on exports, imports, tariffs, data and hiring.

Find out what actions your business needs to undertake to trade with the EU at: GOV UK: Brexit

Free and personalised, one-to-one support and advice is available through the EU Transition Support Service until the end of August 2021. See Exporting to the EU - Take Advance of the New Trading Relationship .

Actions Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) may need to take to trade with the EU and Northern Ireland: Trading with the EU and Northern Ireland - SME Toolkit

Leeds City Region - EU Transition

A detailed list of regional and national business support organisations offering guidance and support.

Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) - The UK Transition

Guidance on changes specifically for small businesses and the self-employed.

British Chambers of Commerce - Trading from 2021

Advice on trade-related documentation, including licensing, rules of origin, EORI number, tariff codes and applications, labelling and packaging of goods.

UK Trade Agreements with non-EU countries

Trade Agreements that took affect from 1 January 2021.