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Brexit webinar available

Businesses wondering about the impacts of Brexit — which is set for March 29, 2019 — can access a prerecorded webinar focused on industry sector implications.

The webinar explores how the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union will affect U.S. companies exporting to the U.K. and the EU, as well as providing market intelligence, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association.

John Simmons, Minister Counsellor for Commercial Affairs CS London, will present.

Also presenting will be the U.S. Mission to the European Union, with specialists in the areas of chemicals, digital economy, healthcare, commercial standards, as well as NOAA Fisheries.

The webinar costs $25.



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