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ETOA Brexit Seminar

Details:ETOA has recently been commissioned by the UK government to deliver a Brexit seminar focusing on the travel and tourism sector. The purpose of the seminar is to provide up-to-date information and expert insight, and assess sectoral preparedness. Full details of the programme will be announced soon. The content will cover a range of issues including: Movement of people including immigration and posted workers Border arrangements Transport Regulation & business continuity Tax Speakers will include UK Government officials; industry associations; destination management associations; legal and tax experts. For regular updates and summary of official guidance, see In accordance with UK Government wishes, the seminar is free to attend for all businesses, not just ETOA members. Capacity is strictly limited, initially we can allow one representative per company. More space may be made available after 25th October. Please note the seminar will be live-streamed and recorded. There will be Q&A sessions on the day but to maximise efficiency if you wish please submit short questions on the registration form. For further information please contact [email protected]


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