The MIA has forged close relationships with the Department for International Trade over many decades, especially with the work of Colin Holdsworth with the Trade Show Access Programme grants, which many exporting members have received.
We know that many UK music industry exporters are busy adjusting to the new requirements when trading with EU countries. DIT are presenting two very interesting Webinar’s relating to post transition e-commerce issues. The first event is about VAT changes for e-commerce. The second is about working with Amazon’s fulfilment centres across Europe.
Life after Brexit: VAT changes for e-commerce
9 February 2021: 2.30pm-3.30pm
This Webinar will cover the following topics:
– how UK online B2C businesses are trading with the EU after Brexit;
– the expansion of the EU ‘One Stop Shop’ regime to cover B2C online sales of goods and services to EU customers;
– the proposed single EU VAT return for e-commerce distance selling;
– the removal of Low Value Consignment Relief for low value imports into the EU;
– the impact of the new e-commerce rules on online marketplaces; and
– how the new EU rules will impact various e-commerce business models, e.g. will UK businesses be able to close their existing EU VAT registrations?
Who will benefit most from attending?
The update is ideal for CFOs, financial controllers, Heads of Tax, Tax/ VAT Managers and anyone who plays a fundamental role in their organisation for overseeing VAT compliance in the EU.
You can find out more and register here
VAT: Working with Amazon’s fulfilment centres across Europe
18 February 2021: 10:00am – 11:00am
Join this webinar to understand the new processes involved in moving goods to Amazon’s fulfilment centres…
Hosted by Alex Wyatt from SimplyVAT.com, she will answer these essential questions in this webinar:
You’ll also meet our local Customs and Logistics Adviser Beverley Price who will be able to support your business with any queries going forward. They’ll also be a Q&A session so you can ask Alex and Beverley any questions you have in terms of VAT and Amazon.