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Prepare for Brexit

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Prepare your business for Brexit

Confused about where the Brexit transition period might be heading? You're not alone. Whatever your business size, location, or sector, we'll support you to take the necessary action to safeguard your business growth.

Anticipate. Plan. Adapt.

Scotland’s enterprise and skills agencies are working together to help businesses across Scotland overcome the challenges posed by the Brexit transition period.

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Step 1

Know how Brexit will impact your business?

Get access to the latest Brexit resources, advice, events and funding to help you develop your plans.

All businesses in Scotland should continue to actively prepare for changes taking place following the Brexit transition period which ends on 31 December 2020. It’s vital that your business acts now to be in the strongest position possible to adapt quickly and thrive.

Go to PrepareforBrexit.scot

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Step 2

Take action now to secure your supply chain

To help mitigate the risks there are certain actions businesses need to take now.

Read our Brexit checklist on PrepareforBrexit.scot

Worried about the impact of Brexit on your supply chain? Be resilient. Know your options and plan ahead with our help.

More on Brexit impacts on supply chain

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Step 3

Struggling with the costs of preparing for Brexit?

Brexit Support Grant

Our Brexit Support Grant provides from £2,000 up to £4,000 to help your business manage a wide range of Brexit impacts.

Find out if you're eligible, what the grant can be used for and how to apply.

Apply today

Customs Grant Schemes

HMRC is providing grants for customs documentation recruitment, training and IT improvements. This will help customs intermediaries, traders and hauliers prepare customs procedures and checks after Brexit. Find out if your business is eligible. Applications close 31 January 2020.

Register on the HMRC website

Got a Brexit planning question?

Get in touch with our experts for the latest on Brexit, its impact on Scottish businesses, and how we can help you navigate potential challenges.