Your guide to Brexit - key information for ecommerce retailers

May 3, 2021

The UK’s departure from the EU on the 1st January 2021 has caused significant complications and delays for online businesses selling internationally.

The final wave of changes to the way UK businesses sell into the EU will come in effect on the 1st July 2021. This deadline marks the end of the export ‘grace period’, and retailers will need to be fully set up and ready to trade by the new processes outlined in the UK-EU trade agreement.

In this Brexit Guide for eCommerce businesses, we’ll cover the key information retailers need to know, along with some solutions and advice for selling into the EU efficiently with the new regulations in place. In addition to this, we’ll unpack the key changes for international retailers looking to sell into the UK.

Download your full Brexit guide here.

James Barber
Chief Operations Officer at Zendbox

With an in-depth knowledge of the eCommerce space, James has extensive experience managing logistics across various sectors, including food and drink. His expertise sees him support online retailers in sustainably delivering products that drive repeat custom, boost revenue, and promote growth.

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