Upcoming Events/Webinars

InterTradeIreland Brexit Advisory Service
Customs Q&A Session

THU 27 MAY

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September 2021

  • HMRC: Exporting: what you need to do to keep your goods moving
  • The webinar explains what actions you need to take to export goods from Great Britain to the EU and move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. We’ll provide a run-through of the key export processes – staged border controls, zero-rated VAT, customs declaration, using an intermediary as well as licences, certificates and authorisations that you’ll need.
  • Wednesday 22nd September @ 9:45pm
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Past September Webinars

  • HMRC: Customs Import Declarations: an overview
  • This webinar explains how to make import declarations to import goods between the EU and Great Britain, including simplified and supplementary declarations, as well as the key terminology and new processes.
  • Thursday 2nd September @ 3:45pm and Wednesday 15th September 2021 @ 1:45pm
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  • HMRC: Trader responsibilities when using an intermediary
  • This webinar explains your responsibilities as a trader if you choose to use an intermediary from 1 January 2021
  • Friday 3rd September 2021 @ 9:45am and Tuesday 14th September @ 1:45 pm
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  • HMRC: Exporting: what you need to do to keep your goods moving
  • The webinar explains what actions you need to take to export goods from Great Britain to the EU and move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. We’ll provide a run-through of the key export processes – staged border controls, zero-rated VAT, customs declaration, using an intermediary as well as licences, certificates and authorisations that you’ll need.
  • Tuesday 7th September @ 11:45am
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  • HMRC: Importing: Steps you need to take before making your supplementary declaration
  • To support those who have delayed their customs import declarations, we explain the steps you need to take before you can make a supplementary declaration and how intermediaries can help you do this.
  • Wednesday 8th September @ 1:45pm
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  • Irish Government and UK Government: Exporting Agri-Food Goods to GB from 1 October 2021
  • This webinar will outline the processes for moving agri-food products between EU and GB, including the new GB import requirements to be introduced from 1 October 2021 and 1 January 2022 as outlined in the UK Border Operating Model.
  • Thursday 9th September 2021 @ 09:00am
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InterTradeIreland Brexit Advisory Service

Customs Q&A Session

THURSDAY 27 MAY

This is a chance for businesses to ask questions to a panel of Customs advisors and get clarity in relation to new trading regulations.

On the panel will be Elly Paterson, HMRC, Ray Ryan, Revenue, Martin Agnew, AB Consulting, Jonathan Walsh, Fortior Insights, and Derek Dunne, Manifests.

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Past Events 

  • Brexit in practice: A food industry perspective
  • The purpose of the webinar was to look at how these new arrangements affect the food industry in particular. We had experts to discuss the following key topics: VAT and Customs Regulations; Sanitary and Phytosanitary Controls; Logistics and the supports that are available to help companies manage the new way of doing business.
  • Friday 19th March 2021
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  • InterTradeIreland: Brexit Advisory Service Customs Q&A Session
  • This webinar explained how to make import declarations to import goods between the EU and Great Britain, including simplified and supplementary declarations, as well as the key terminology and new processes.
  • Thursday 2nd September @ 3:45pm and Wednesday 15th September 2021 @ 1:45pm
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  • Managing cross border supply chain, Customs and VAT
  • This webinar was packed with helpful advice on adjusting to the new trade-deal and managing your business post-Brexit. It was hosted by Deirdre Maguire, Manager of InterTradeIreland’s Brexit Advisory Service, and featured presentations from an expert panel on Customs and VAT. Speakers include including Frankie Devlin from KPMG, Colleen Flanagan from PKFPM, Elinor Paterson from HMRC and Ray Ryan from Irish Revenue.
  • 2nd March 2021
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  • Managing Brexit together: Trading goods cross border
  • InterTradeIreland hosted a webinar which is an opportunity for SMEs to listen to the insight of trade and business experts on key logistics issues relating to the future of trading goods cross-border, as the deadline of January 1st 2021 draws ever closer. Aimed at businesses who trade in goods, this session focused on the importance of understanding incoterms, commodity codes, rules of origin and logistics.Speakers and panellists included:
    Economy Minister Diane Dodds, MLA, Murray Smyth, Principal, DTI Associates, Ronan McDonnell, CEO, The Logistics Consultants, Eamon McKey, COO, DeliLites.
  • Thursday 3rd December 2020
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  • Managing Brexit together: InterTradeIreland webinar with the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • This webinar is an opportunity to listen to the insight of the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, T.D, Vincent Power, A&L Goodbody and Prof. Katy Hayward from Queen’s University about the likely shape of the trading relationship between Britain and the EU, and crucially what it means for businesses in Ireland and Northern Ireland. InterTradeIreland’s Brexit Advisory Service was in attendance. This dedicated team is a powerful resource for businesses, with advice and funding to help firms develop a bespoke plan for Brexit.
    Participants will also have the opportunity to engage in a Q & A session with our expert panel.
  • Thursday 3rd December 2020
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