Brexit: Regulatory and supply changes for cosmetics industry

Nagoya Protcoll in the cosmetics sector:Opened hand with a transparent cube showing a red paragraph sign

Nagoya Protcoll in the cosmetics sector:Opened hand with a transparent cube showing a red paragraph signFollowing the emphatic vote to ‘get Brexit done’ in the general election, the UK will be leaving the European Union imminently. The cosmetics and personal care industry must be prepared for the regulatory and supply changes that will come into force as of the exit date.

A one-hour free webinar organised by the Cosmetics Cluster UK (CCUK), in partnership with MSL Solution Providers, with funding and support from the Business Readiness Fund, which is provided by the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) is available. Tune in on Thursday, January 23, 2020. 02:00 PM GMT.

As one of the largest independent Responsible Persons, MSL Solution Providers is at the forefront of Brexit preparations and through this webinar, will help companies prepare or refine their plans.

The MSL experts will explain the likely Brexit scenarios and the impact these will have on the
regulatory landscape. They will also work through the solutions to help you prepare your business.

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