The uncertainty and lack of clear decision on how the UK will leave the European Union and on what terms has the potential to be more damaging than Brexit itself.
The UK entertainment industry operates across borders at many levels – rental companies, manufacturers, distributors and individuals all have the potential to be affected.
PLASA has complied these resources to help you prepare whatever the outcome. Furthermore, you can watch the videos from our Brexit forums which we co-hosted with the Music Industries Association.
The official government Brexit helpline: 0300 2000 900
Available Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm for free advice and guidance.
Navigating the transition period
Find out what you and your business may need to do to prepare for Brexit.
European Commission notices
Notices from European Commission departments on what has been agreed and what is being negotiated.
Learn about licences and permits for international road haulage
Check what you need to do before driving in the EU.
British Chamber of Commerce checklist
A useful checklist to help you consider the changes that Brexit may bring to your business.
National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses
Brexit guidance for small businesses, including a Brexit timeline, podcast and further resources.
Briffa business strategists
A full breakdown on your IP rights.
Institute of Export government funded training
Get up to £2,250 per employee for training in customs declarations as well as recognised international trade qualifications. Available until 31 January 2021
Grants for business which complete customs declarations
Apply for grants to help your business complete customs declarations and to fund training in this area.
While only Parliament can provide the answers, if you seek further advice get in touch with the PLASA team via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +44 (0)1323 524 120 and they will guide you to sources of external information or put you in touch with other members who can share their experience.