Export to the UK

There are 3 ways in which we can support you

The British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce is here to help you grow your business in the United Kingdom.

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1. Access and introductions to the right people

Department for International Trade is at the heart of government. With connections across all UK government departments, we have access to key decision makers. The British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce can make introductions to a network of local partners and first class industry specialists. This includes high quality professional services providers, planning advisers, research and development (R&D) experts, university and innovation partners plus relevant sector and business networks.

2. Go global through the UK

We provide advice and support to help you to set up in the UK through the Department for International Trade's programme specialists. They will asisst you in officially registering your company, finding the best UK location for your business needs and provide information on banking and other services you may require.

With our network of regional partners and local knowledge we will help with site selection and can organise visits to the UK for you to assess the best location for your business needs. 

Global Entrepreneurs Programme will help you accelerate into global markets from a UK base. Internationally successful entrepreneurs act as mentors, providing the insight, trusted networks and experience to make a commercial success for your business.

3. Ongoing support

Once you have successfully located to the UK, we will provide ongoing support. Among the services we offer are practical support on how to bid for and access grants; your business interests represented in Government; and assistance with UK and global expansions.

Department for International Trade also provides a comprehensive overview of the UK tax system, incentives and allowances, comparisons of tax rates with other countries. Through our connections with HM Revenue & Customs and HM Treasury we are able to help you establish your UK tax regime and act as your voice in government on tax related issues.

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