Customs procedures have changed, affecting all businesses trading the UK (excluding Northern Ireland).
This provides guidance for remote working in the longer term, including an employer checklist
Following the Brexit announcement, the Local Enterprise Offices are running ‘Prepare Your Business for Customs’ workshops throughout the year & they’re open to ALL businesses, across ALL sectors and ALL industries.
To help your business get Safely Back To Work, take a look at the COVID-19 Workplace Protection and Improvement Guide and 'Standards and SMEs' from NSAI_Standards
Skillnet Ireland’s enterprise-led ReBound initiative, through its programmes of free specialist webinar training and one-to-one mentoring support
Training & information supports are available through the 31 Local Enterprise Offices nationwide, packed with valuable information and practical advice for SMEs.
The Return to Work Safely Protocol has been published to help businesses & workers return to work safely following COVID19 closures.
The EU Commission launched the Access2Markets portal. This is a comprehensive one-stop-shop for companies to obtain information about trading conditions for importing goods into the EU and for exporting goods to over 120 foreign markets
An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar launched the #LookForLocal Campaign with the Local Enterprise Offices, Enterprise Ireland & Local Authorities Ireland , to help local businesses and support local jobs and local communities this Winter.
Minister Damien English encouraged businesses to implement ISO standards, and to consider and adopt NSAI Standards guidance on the impacts of Brexit on the Standards and Certification of products and services, as we move closer to the January 1st deadline.