Complete Cumbria Chamber of Commerce's online survey and get the latest advice (Sponsored content)

With the UK set to leave the EU on March 29, Cumbria Chamber of Commerce is keen to help businesses prepare for Brexit.

In order to tailor our support, we need to know what you’re doing now, what help you need and how you anticipate that Brexit might affect you.

It would assist us greatly if you could complete our online survey. Click here.

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has asked us to feed in the results to help shape the support they offer to businesses.

Although we plan to publish the survey’s findings, all responses are anonymous.

In the meantime, here's a summary of the latest advice on Brexit for businesses:

  • Click here to access the Government's Prepare for EU Exit website, which has a wealth of information for businesses on issues such as employing EU citizens; importing, exporting and transporting; operating in the EU; regulations and standards for products and goods; using personal data; European and domestic funding; intellectual property; energy and climate; and public procurement.
  • Click here for a tool to help you prepare for EU Exit. This asks seven questions across key business operation areas that will be impacted and then, depending on your answers, pulls together relevant guidance from across government departments.
  • Click here for specific advice on how to prepare for a no deal Brexit should the UK leave without a Withdrawal Agreement and the accompanying transition period.
  • And click here for the British Chambers of Commerce’s Brexit Hub.