Brexit information to support the Industry
The industry is now receiving daily updates from the Government to try and inform and support business through the Brexit process.
We are trying to bring you all relevant documents and there are a number of links here that should prove helpful.
We also have a number of Government Powerpoint presentations in the office on specific aspects of Brexit. If you can’t find what you need at the links below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01403 800500 and we will try and help.
You can also watch the videos from the joint MIA & PLASA Brexit Conference, where we heard from a range of experts. The information shared will help your business prepare for Brexit. Find the full conference on our YouTube Channel here
The main Government Brexit website is here:
Government Brexit Helpline:
0300 2000 900
No deal Brexit:
Government Roadshow Training Events:
Musical Instrument Tariff Codes:
ICO – Data Protection and Brexit:
EORI (Economic Operator Registration and Identification) Number:
No Deal CITES ports and airports (Dover now added!):
British Chambers Checklist:
Brexit and Intellectual Property:
Freight Transport Association (FTA) Advice:
Brexit and Music Festivals – BBC News:
Brexit advice for Musicians:
FSB advice for small businesses:
Here is the link to the government’s page where any business (that fills in or will have to fill in customs declarations) can apply for one, two or three grants for Staff, Training and IT equipment to run customs related software:
Preparing for no deal if you work in Arts, Culture or Heritage compiles all of the Government’s relevant advice for our sectors so far.
That page also links to the Touring Europe if there’s no Brexit deal page, which provides an annotated bibliography of all of the relevant government advice published so far, covering the touring of items and goods, and people.
In addition, here is the Government’s no deal readiness report, published this week, which details in full the preparations in place for a no deal Brexit.