It has been a horrendous 12 months for UK businesses with Brexit and COVID have impacting on trade, in terms of consumer purchasing trends and EU movements. But how are UK businesses dealing with this and what opportunities have been opened as a result?
In this session MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Andrew Thurston will provide analysis of how UK businesses have coped and the decisions that have been made to continue to survive and how supply chains have been affected. He will also discuss examples of UK businesses who have managed to grow despite the torment of the last 12 months and how they have achieved this success.
Andrew Thurston, Customs Duty Consultant and Alison Horner, Indirect Tax Partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson
Alison is a Chartered Tax Adviser who works closely with MHA clients across the network to manage the complexities of VAT and to identify VAT savings and opportunities.
Andrew joined MHA as Customs Duty Consultant in October 2019. He joined from HMRC where he gained valuable experience liaising with all sizes and sectors of companies within the UK by facilitating customs procedures and assessing compliance.
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About MHA MacIntyre Hudson
MHA MacIntyre Hudson is a top 15 UK accounting firm and a winner of BAA’s National Firm of the Year.
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