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What is the Carbon Adjustment Border Mechanism (CBAM), and what do you need to know about it?


Cost: Free

Learn about the implications CBAM may have on your business when selling your goods overseas to countries across Europe.

What you’ll learn

  • What is the EU CBAM?
  • Implications for UK businesses selling to the EU
  • Key requirements and upcoming changes in July 2024

The Carbon Adjustment Border Mechanism (CBAM) is the tariff for products considered carbon intensive, such as steel, cement and some electricity, that are imported into the European Union.

If you are selling overseas to EU member states, knowing about CBAM and its implications for your business is essential to be ahead of the curve and navigate the new requirements as the transitional phase is in effect since October last year.

Join us in this exclusive UKEA session with Carbon Footprint to learn about what CBAM is, what are the implications for your business and upcoming changes that you should get prepared for.

Dan Hill-Morris
Head of Sales, Carbon Footprint Ltd.

Dan has more than twenty years’ experience in sales, sales management and business development, working in both corporate blue-chip organisations and smaller independent businesses. Dan offers relevant coaching and training to clients at Carbon Footprint.

With an eclectic background working in or with various markets, Dan boasts particular expertise within the retail, hospitality, leisure, construction, energy, telecoms and financial services industries. This spans both the public and private sectors, as well as examples of working with third sector or charitable organisations.


25 July 2024, 14:00 - 15:00
Online event

Cost: Free


There are no terms of business.

Event organiser

UK Export Academy
Old Admiralty Building
Admiralty Place
United Kingdom: England

020 7215 5000
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