BREXIT - What are the implications for Swiss companies?
Great Britain is the sixth largest export market for Switzerland and a very important partner in terms of trade and investment. Liberal economies and open markets are a high priority for both Switzerland and the UK.
Due to the close economic interdependence, Brexit will also affect the Swiss export industry. It remains uncertain how the economic situation will develop in both markets and whether the demand for Swiss goods is changing. Depending on how the United Kingdom leaves the EU on 29th of March 2019, the impact on internationally active Swiss companies may vary.
The related questions are manifold:
- What conditions will apply to trade between Great Britain and Switzerland after Brexit?
- Which agreements are already in place?
- To what extend is the free movement of persons affected?
- What do Swiss companies have to consider if they produce in the EU area?
- Where can you get reliable information and recommendations for action?
Learn about the answers at this event and how you can prepare for Brexit as a Swiss company.
|Organizer||Switzerland Global Enterprise and Solothurner Handelskammer|
|Cost of participating||Free of charge for S-GE, BSCC, Solothurner Handelskammer Members / CHF 50.- Non-Members|
- Noel McEvoy, Director of the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) at the British Embassy in Bern
- More Experts to be announced