The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement concluded with the EU, ensures that UK firms in a variety of service sectors can continue to access the EU market, including as business travellers and cross-border services suppliers or investors, while being treated no less favourably than either EU businesses or competitors from third countries.
While the Agreement sets out clear expectations of the treatment and level of access to each Party's domestic market, there will still be some changes for business as a result of no longer operating under European Economic Area (EEA) regulation covering cross-border trade in services. These changes are different for each sector and differ in each member state of the EU.
If you're a UK business or professional providing services or investing in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, or Switzerland, you'll need to cheeck the national regulations of the country you're doing business in to understand how best to operate.
See the guides to providing services guides to each country for more information.
For more information on selling services click here.