WITHDRAWAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM AND EU RULES IN THE FIELD OF CUSTOMS AND EXTERNAL TRADE

Preferential Origin of Goods The United Kingdom submitted on 29 March 2017 the notification of its intention to withdraw from the Union pursuant to Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. This means that, unless a ratified withdrawal agreement  establishes another date, all Union primary and secondary law will …

INTERNATIONAL PR STILL RELIES ON THE OLD-FASHIONED APPROACH

Kevin Kelway, International Public Relations Specialist at International Trade Matters, introduces some of the services he can offer: IN the real world of new acronyms of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), the traditional method of print media in storytelling and content – is still a force to reckon with in the …

Intellectual Property Design Rights in Russia

IP protection in Russia explained by Shelly Pritchard, International Market Platforms and Intellectual Property specialist at International Trade Matters It is essential as a business to do all you can to secure your IP. To safeguard intellectual property against infringement by other businesses and to protect it in the courts your …

International trade challenge and opportunity in the South West

Asked to describe the South West region’s main international challenge and opportunity, Linda Middleton-Jones explains from her perspective: It is established wisdom that for a region or country to be vibrant, progressive and economically strong, it embraces the advantages it has. Certainly, this region has many exciting and natural advantages …

20/20 vision for 2020

Bibby’s have recently teamed up with International Trade Matters Ltd to gauge the aspirations of South West businesses for future international trade through a series of Blue Sky dinners. Leaders across sectors and industry were invited to a select evening in Taunton to discuss what the future could or should …