Doing business in the EU: Understanding your options

On the 31st January the UK left the EU and entered a ‘transition period’ with the promise of 'deal or no deal' by the end of 2020. This gave business an opportunity to plan, albeit for a range of outcomes.

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Since then, COVID-19 has had a huge impact, causing businesses to once again look at their structure and operations.

As we start to emerge from coronavirus and get closer to the end of the transition period there is a short window to re-assess the options and structures available to do business in the EU profitably.

The seminar will be led by HURST Partner Adrian Young who will be joined by Erik Klop from Dutch firm Visser & Visser, and Anthony Casey from Irish firm Noone Casey. All three have extensive experience in helping UK based businesses set up their EU operations effectively.