Brexit: focus areas for travel businesses

We have created a Brexit risk matrix to help you capture and document the key risks and considerations for your business.

02 Dec, 2020 Updated 09 Sep, 2021
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Now that the end of the Brexit transition period is less than a month away, it is more important than ever that travel companies understand how this might impact them. From 1 January 2021, there will be new rules in place, many of which will affect the travel industry. Below are 11 key areas that you should consider when getting your business ready for these changes.

We have also created a Brexit risk matrix to help you capture and document the key risks and considerations for your business.

Recently, we discussed the above areas during a webinar hosted by our partner The Travel Vault. The recording is available here.

If you need any help understanding how these changes might impact you, please get in touch. 

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