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What does “Brexit means Brexit” mean for you?

25 November 2020
DKUK events

Join us for this topical and timely webinar organised together with DKUK member company Goodwille, and international intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk, the Finish-British Chamber of Commerce and the Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce.

25 November 2020
14:00 – 15:00
Online webinar
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Members: Free to attend Non-members: £5 incl VAT + eventbrite fee

Thank you very much to everyone who joined us to this very informative webinar. As you heard there are many things you can do already to prepare for UK’s transtion out of the EU. If you need to revisit the recording or maybe are yet to see it, please find the recording here below.

We’ll be discussing the impact of the upcoming Brexit withdrawal for businesses and employees, from a legal, organisational and individual perspective.

First, Michael Barrett and Simon Portman from Marks & Clerk will discuss how Brexit will affect your intellectual property portfolio and contractual obligations. 

Then, Alexander Goodwille and Jacqui Brown from Goodwille will cover the topic from three different perspectives: people, privacy & goods. The discussion will include the right to work in the UK, settled status and the immigration system.  Their focus will be on the measures Nordic businesses should be taking to minimise the impact of doing business in the UK. 


13:55   Log in and welcome

14:00   Michael Barrett and Simon Portman

14:25   Alexander Goodwille, CEO & Jacqui Brown, HR Manager

14:45   Q&A

15:00   Close

  • Goodwille

DKUK member Goodwille provides essential business services to Nordic companies looking to enter, grow or scale in the United Kingdom. 

Whether you are looking to set up a UK subsidiary, register a UK branch or recruit UK based employees, we can provide all the business services you need to ensure your UK operation is properly administered, managed and monitored – all seamlessly coordinated through one company. 

Their vast experience, extensive global network and a team that speaks many European languages means nearly 500 businesses trust Goodwille to get it right for them in the UK. That in itself speaks volumes.  

To read more about Goodwille, visit their website