Brexit Advisory Clinics 2018

Brexit Advisory Clinics



Enterprise Ireland is running a number of Brexit Advisory Clinics across the country. The core objective of the Advisory Clinics is to provide information and practical support to companies all around the country to allow them take action to address their exposure to Brexit.
Along with a series of practical seminars, the clinic provides the opportunity to get personalised advice specific to your business. This is delivered through one to one meetings of 40 minutes with independent experts across a number of business areas.

Dundalk - Agenda

8am Registration and Tea/ Coffee

8:15 Pre-booked one to one meetings commence. Continued throughout the day.

8:20 Welcome Address

8:45 – 9:45 Financial and Currency Management
Addressing the need through the use of a case study for strong currency and financial management in light of Brexit, insights into best practice and what immediate actions you can take to protect your business.

9:45 – 9:55 Overview of SBCI Supports
An overview of the €300m Brexit Loan Scheme designed for Irish companies to implement the necessary changes to address the challenges of Brexit.

9:55 – 10:25 Market Development meets Market Diversification
SME Panel Discussion – Insights into on the market tactics and lessons learnt from SMEs as they look to build on their UK business but also diversify into new high growth markets and sectors.


10:45- 10:55 Overview of EI Supports
An overview of the various supports available from the LEO and EI to mitigate some of the risks of Brexit but also take advantage of any opportunities.

10:55 – 11:40 Brexit, the Movement of people and the EU Settlement Scheme
With the UK taking greater control on the movement of people across borders, what does this mean for me, and what are the options for my business?

11:40 – 11:50 Overview of LEO Supports
An overview of the various supports available from the LEO to support businesses through Brexit.

11:50 – 12:40 Customs
Insights into trading with a third country and what this means in practical terms for business.



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