UL offers free webinar to help companies navigate Brexit

Published on: 29th October 2020

The webinar on the key implications of Brexit for consumer products, including a deep dive into toys, will take place on November 19th.

UL webinar

Manufacturers, retailers and brands that need to manage complexity look to partner with UL, which has been a trusted name in product safety and science for over 125 years. Offering solutions for the consumer and retail industry that provide tools and information to help businesses navigate the global marketplace, UL understands that needs continue to evolve as business changes.

With one of the biggest changes in recent years taking place, toy companies are invited to attend a free webinar on November 19th, as UL offers its services to help specifically with the Brexit needs of businesses.

“The regulatory landscape in Great Britain and the EU is constantly evolving, so staying on top of the market access requirements can be challenging,” Nik Hallam, global account manager at UL told Toy World.

“Whether you are importing a product into Great Britain, or you are exporting from Great Britain to the EU or to the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) markets, UL can help guide manufacturers, retailers and brands through the main implications that may affect their business.”

During the webinar, expert Richard Smart, UK site lead for UL’s consumer and retail services, will discuss:

•A general introduction to Brexit

•An overview of the most relevant changes for consumer products standards

•A deep dive into the impact of Brexit on toys

The webinar will commence at 4 pm (CET), and interested parties can register now to attend by clicking here.


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