Brexit Advisory Clinics
The Brexit Advisory Clinics are designed to help companies plan and take immediate action to address their Brexit exposure. They provide information and practical support through individual meetings in the following areas:
- Strategic Sourcing
- Financial & Currency Management
- Customs Transport & Logistics
The current series of Brexit Advisory Clinics is now complete. Visit the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation website for a full list of all upcoming Brexit events or learn more about the challenges facing Irish businesses with the key takeouts from the Brexit Advisory Clinics:
Prepare Your Business for Customs
Are you planning to move goods to, from or through the UK after Brexit? Prepare your business for customs at the one-day interactive workshops, run regionally by the Local Enterprise Offices. See the full list of dates and locations here.
Brexit events to date
Enterprise Ireland has delivered Brexit events nationally to support businesses to analyse their Brexit exposure and take vital action.
- Letterkenny, Donegal (2017 & 2019)
- Tralee, Kerry
- Portlaoise, Laois (2018 & 2019)
- Claremorris, Mayo
- Cootehill, Cavan (in association with ITI)
- Charleville, Cork
- Dublin (2018 & 2019)
- Galway (2018 & 2019)
The knowledge we gained at the clinic enabled us to take some immediate action to prepare for Brexit. This included working more closely with our critical suppliers, as well as sourcing European components directly from Europe. These actions will make us more efficient by streamlining our sourcing arrangements and reducing costs
Attending the Brexit Advisory Clinic was invaluable to our company as it gave us an opportunity to listen to, discuss and evaluate our company’s specific ‘Brexit’ challenges with financial and logistics experts within SME’s sector. The meetings provided us with confidence that the commercial and financial decisions that we have taken to date are both timely and appropriate in response to our company’s exposure to Brexit. More importantly however, the meetings specifically identified a customs compliance challenge, that we previously were unaware of, that will arise post Brexit.