Please find below a collection of documents and links designed to offer help, support and advice on Brexit and its impacts on your business.
Passports & Travel
The Passport Office has been in touch asking us to distribute the attached advice as part of their No Deal Contingency Planning
This main point of the advice is that, in the event of a No Deal Brexit, UK nationals travelling to the EU after 29 March 2019 need to have 6 months left on their UK passport from the date of travel (this applies to both adult and child passports). They also point out that people who have had extra months added to their existing 10 year UK passport, because they renewed their old passport before it expired, may find that these additional months do not count towards the six months that should be remaining.
New Guidance for Inbound Travellers from the EU and rest of the World
Our research clearly demonstrates that due to the seasonal spikes of visitors, many hospitality businesses require a unique mix of labour – including both overseas workers and local employees – to fill the labour gaps throughout the year.
VisitBritain – Inbound Tourism Trends Quarterly – Quarter 3 2018
Although around 6 months old, and featuring other, non-Brexit factors, this data from VB provides useful insights into European markets.
Documents Supplied by the Tourism Alliance
Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
Cumbria Business Growth Hub