NI Chamber Launch International Hub

Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) has launched a new International Division to service businesses in a post-Brexit business environment.

The division is an evolution of the business support organisation's current offering to ensure that it is in the best possible position to deliver enhanced services to members to meet their business needs and practically facilitate their growth.

Supported by A&L Goodbody, Grant Thornton and Queen's University Belfast, the division will provide:

• practical business support

• expert guidance

• the opportunity for peer learning and connections for NI Chamber's member businesses.

Brexit Advisory Service
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The International Division will also provide expert, practical assistance to members in planning for the potential implications of Brexit. The Brexit advisory service is led by NI Chamber and will be delivered by Pinnacle Professional Limited.

It will also host collaborative forums for established exporters and focused workshops for new exporters drawing on the expertise of the International Champions and successful corporates.

The new suite of international services join NI Chamber's current Export Documentation Service which provides exporters with all the documentation required to get their goods to market. These include European Community, Arab and Egyptian Certificates of Origin as well as EUR1 and ATR Movement Certificates, ATA Carnets and document legalisation.

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