EU Exit Transition Period Guidance and Business Support Resources

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What are the impacts on business if the UK leaves the EU without a deal? The UK government have released a series of ‘no deal’ technical notices and practical guides that provide information relating to potential outcomes. There are a set of resources and brief summaries (with links to full content) for some of the notices relating to businesses.






EU Exit Transition Period Support for Coventry & Warwickshire

For information, advice and guidance please call the CWLEP Growth Hub on 0300 060 3747 or email to

Alternatively you can view support on the Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce Website or use this EU Exit Checklist developed by them to help businesses navigate Brexit. 

Central Government has announced it is increasing EU-Exit “no deal” planning. We are working closely with the Cities and Local Growth Unit at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to understand its impact on business. We would be extremely grateful if you could assist in the gathering of local intelligence, whether you are representing a business, partner organisation or intermediary organisation, so please take part in our survey

Central Government Support 

We and our partners are available to speak to you and support you with every aspect of your business. There is also guidance offered through the EU-Exit websites and a "No Deal" advice section:: 

A tool has been developed for businesses as well to help them prepare for EU Exit. It asks businesses to answer 7 questions across key business operation areas that will be impacted and then pulls together guidance from across Gov relating to their circumstances. You can find it online here -

The “UK Transition” website is the central site for guidance aimed at businesses and individuals, please see the link here

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