Brexit Support from The Chamber

Date: 17/12/2020
Author: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Company: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

The UK is no longer part of the European Union and the Brexit Transition Period came to an end on 1st January 2021. Greater Manchester Chamber is here to support your business.

Below you will find a series of tools and resources to help you adapt to doing business post-Brexit.


Brexit FAQs - contains information on common questions asked about the practical aspects of trading with the EU post-Brexit, from VAT to Incoterms. Read more.

Changes to Export Documentation - the International Trade & Export Documentation team has updated our website with the most up-to-date information regarding changes to documention needed for trade with the EU and rest of the world. View them here.

UK Government Post-Brexit Guidance – our Brexit Hub has put together a bank of the most up to date advice from the UK authorities. Read more.

EU Post-Brexit Guidance - links to official EU authorities’ guidance for companies based in EU member states. Read more.

British Chambers of Commerce Brexit Hub – the British Chambers of Commerce have put together a bank of useful resources that companies can access, including guides on customs, export Documentation and more. Read more

Post-Brexit Free Support – free online content and tools from our International Trade & Export Documentation team to help companies navigate post-Brexit trade. Read more.


Need to get in touch with our International Trade & Export Documentation team directly?

Our team is actively responding to queries submitted via email. When getting in touch please provide as much information as possible in your initial email so our team can help you as quickly as possible (e.g., commodity codes, incoterms you are using, etc).

Please email your queries to

We understand some companies may not know what technical information to provide our team with, in this case please complete our Readiness Assessments for Exporters and Importers. Chamber Members and Non-Members will get a ‘Readiness Report’ free of charge, and can opt to have a member of our team to go over the details of the report in a one-to-one meeting for a set fee.