With Brexit looming on the horizon, it is increasingly important that Scotland and its businesses look at the international community and recognize the opportunities to forge positive relationships in this volatile time. More than ever it is essential to take advantage of the resources available on how to navigate the widespread uncertainty ahead. The Europe Direct Information Centre (EDIC) Edinburgh is hosted at the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce and informs citizens and businesses about their rights and assists in finding practical tips to help people move and work around the EU. EDIC Edinburgh is part of a network of 16 centres in the UK, 500 across Europe which act as an interface between the EU and its citizens at a local level. They display and hold materials on a variety of topics on the European Union, and can help with questions and issues. They host a number of local events providing networking and business contacts. EDIC Edinburgh is an excellent resource which is available to all.
For further information visit their office at 40 George Street, Edinburgh, Call 0131 221 2999 (option 5) or check out https://www.edinburghchamber.co.uk/europe-direct @EuropeDirectEDI on Twitter or www.facebook.com/Europe-Direct-Information-Centre-Edinburgh-632037513489361/