A Brexit seminar is to be held by the European tourism association ETOA on the day the UK is due to leave the EU if no deal has been brokered.
The free to attend event for the travel and tourism sector will be held in London on October 31.
The seminar will provide up-to-date information, expert insight and sector preparation.
Speakers are due to include UK government officials, industry associations, destination management associations, plus legal and tax experts.
Issues to be covered at the free event at the Barbican Centre include:
- Movement of people including immigration and posted workers
- Border arrangements
- Regulation and business continuity
The final programme will be announced in due course, according to organisers.
The association said: “In accordance with UK government wishes, the seminar is free to attend for all businesses, not just ETOA members.
“Capacity is strictly limited and attendance, initially, will be restricted to one representative per company. More space may be made available after October 25.”
To attend, register at: etoa.org/events/brexit-seminar
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