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Northern Ireland 1-2-1 Advice Clinics

4th February 2021 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The end of the EU Exit transition period means new requirements and processes for Northern Ireland firms moving goods across borders. Getting to grips with the changes is essential to ensure that your goods continue to flow and you minimise any disruption.

One-to-One Appointments with Advisors

This Advice Clinic is designed to help you talk through your EU Exit queries with specialist advisors across a wide range of areas.

You will have the opportunity to make appointments with specialist advisors in key areas for advice and guidance, tailored to the needs of your business.

Specialist areas include:

    • Transport and logistics
    • Customs, tariffs and taxation
    • Supply chain and strategic sourcing
    • EEA worker rights and employer visa sponsorship advice
    • Sending or receiving personal data and legal advice

The 20-minute appointment slots must be be pre-booked and will operate on a first-come first-served basis.

Book an  Appoinment

EU Exit video tutorials

You will also have the opportunity to view a programme of video tutorials that will be running concurrently with the one-to-one appointments.

These videos will provide in-depth detail on issues impacting your business, and what you need to do now, including:

    • Invest NI’s EU Exit Readiness Checklist and event overview
    • Preparing your data for EU Exit
    • Preparing for the new immigration system post EU exit
    • Trader Support Service – Deep Dive into the Trader Support Service Declaration Process, checks and data requirements
    • Understanding your Supply Chain
    • EU Exit and Services: Implications for Northern Ireland
    • Quick guide to commodity codes
    • VAT and the Northern Ireland protocol
    • An introduction to Incoterms

Invest Northern Ireland advisors cover the following topics:

Michael McNeill, PWC

PWC specialise in EU Exit readiness strategies including advice on customs, tariffs, scenario planning and indirect tax.

Lee Squires and Padraig Rea, Grant Thornton

In these clinics, Grant Thornton (NI) LLP will advise businesses on the VAT, customs and tariffs implications of EU Exit.

Mike McGrath, Arvo Consulting

Advice in relation to supply chain and strategic sourcing techniques to reduce the costs and risks associated with the UK exit from the EU.

Ronan McDonnell, Vera Murphy and Alan Fox, The Logistics Consultants

Specialising in all aspects of logistics and supply chain management. Can provide advice in relation to various transport modes, transport routes, import/export procedures and inventory management.

Jonathan Simpson, A&L Goodbody

Providing employment law advice and guidance to businesses on EEA worker rights and employer visa sponsorship advice.

Johanna Cunningham, Arthur Cox

Specialising in data compliance and data protection issues including how to transfer data legally after 31 December 2020, practical steps that organisations can take now and guidance on contractual arrangements.