There are new rules for businesses and citizens from 1 January 2021
The UK’s deal with the EU affects your business, family, and personal circumstances. Use the Brexit checker to get a personalised list of actions. You can also sign up for emails to get updates for what you need to do, on the gov.uk Brexit Transition page.
After intensive negotiations, the European Commission and United Kingdom have reached an agreement on the terms of their future cooperation. The draft Trade and Cooperation Agreement consists of three main pillars: a Free Trade Agreement, a new partnership for our citizens’ security and a horizontal agreement on Governance.
Changes to how the UK will trade from January 2021
On 24 December 2020, the UK and EU negotiators reached an agreement in principle on the text of a new trade and cooperation agreement to govern their relations now that the UK has left the EU. The provisional application of this agreement went live on 1 January 2021 following the ratification of this agreement by both the EU and UK. The BCC’s End of Transition Checklist sets out many of the areas you should look at and plan for, including links to helpful guidance.
Being a Member of the Chamber is an excellent way to establish new professional and social contacts, for both you and your business. Stay updated on Anglo-Swedish issues and be invited to unique networking opportunities with access to our network.
Testimonials from existing members on their experiences of being apart of the Chamber. Here, our members discuss the expertise they can share with other members. The British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce offers a unique network with about 150 member companies from all industries.
Volvo Trucks, members of the BSCC, have set their eyes on the introduction of heavy-duty electric trucks to be used for regional transport across the continent in the near future. Future customers of these trucks are looking to reduce their ecological footprint in an increasingly sustainably conscious planet.
To stay updated on the recent developments happening on both sides of the North Sea, read our weekly updates from the UK. We publish an update every week, this week’s edition focuses on the 2021 UK budget, COVID and vaccine developments, and the British automotive and aviation industries.
Global Goes Local certified by the Swedish Migration Agency
Global Goes Local, a BSCC member since last year, acts as one point of contact for Swedish companies employing international talents that need a working permit as well as for foreign companies wanting to establish a business and incorporate a company in Sweden. Global Goes Local is certified by the Swedish Migration Agency and has access to the fast track for processing work permit applications in Sweden.