You will need to have your UK professional qualifications officially recognised if you want to work in a regulated profession in the EEA or Switzerland.
It will need to be recognised by the appropriate regulator for your profession in each country where you intend to work, and you may need to do this even if you’re providing only temporary or occasional professional services.
New rules following the end of the Brexit transition period include changes affecting use of the CE marking and the introduction of the . If you plan to place goods on both the UK and EU markets, you should start preparing for these changes now.
To continue trading with the EU, you will need to follow new rules for importing and exporting, including changes to customs processes and licensing. Before you attempt to move your goods, you will need to:
There will be changes to the processes that traders need to make no matter what future trading arrangements with Europe is agreed - so businesses must take action now or risk experiencing delays in January.
If you do just one thing now, it’s recommended you get a contract in place with a customs intermediary before you start moving goods after 1 January. If you move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, sign up for the free (TSS).