How is your supply chain doing after UK has left the EU? All smooth sailing? Have roadblocks appeared? 3 top tier international legal firms answers all your questions!
The United Kingdom is now a Sovereign Nation, no longer part of the European Union from 1 January 2021.
What is status and how is it going now? Is your company still uncertain about how you trade with Danish customers? How is your flow of products and services going to your destinations across the United Kingdom: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland? What about your customs clearance? Your contracts? Your employees? Your flow of goods? Your liabilities? …and the list goes on and on.
In the second of this mini-series of webinars we will focus on supply chain matters. The United Kingdom and Denmark have throughout much of our history had close trading links. That is no different today and advanced supply chains of products and services have evolved across many trades and industries, in particular in:
- Energy and carbon reduction systems like Offshore Wind, District Heating and Insolation
- Pharmaceutical and biotechnology products and service
- Financial services
- Smart building and city technologies
- Technology startups, professional service firms, software companies and many more
With a mix of a fireside chat, status update and virtual break-out rooms, your business matter and this is the place to tune into for UK and Danish businesses alike.
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Welcome to this second of a series of “UK – What next” events. Today’s focus “Supply Chain”
Status of current state of affairs of the Danish-UK Supply Chain on a cross section of industries
Peder Gellert Pedersen, Executive Vice President, Ferry Division, DFDS A/S
Moderated fireside chat, getting latest observations and pushing key questions to the panel
Moderated by Peder Gellert Pedersen, Executive Vice President, Ferry Division, DFDS A/S
Questions? Email them to us now already – email questions
End of main part – and start of breakouts
Breakout webinar rooms
We now offer all attendees with additional questions to meet a representative from either of the panelists or the organisers.
In these rooms no question is too trivial or small. You are not being exposed to a large group of attendees and being in smaller intimate groups you get to talk to open mic and camera with the firms and fellow attendees, and can exchange connections for follow ups if of use and needed. The breakout rooms will be lead by advisors from:
– Gorrissen Federspiel
– Gowling WLG
– Kromann Reumert
The organisers are happy to connect you post event on request to people in the group you attended.
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