Brexit Advisory Clinics
Enterprise Ireland has been running a number of Brexit Advisory Clinics across the country. The next clinic will take place in Dublin on June 21st in Dublin. 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 through one to one meetings of 40 minutes with independent experts across a number of business areas.
- Dublin, Aviva Stadium, June 21st., 08:00 – 13:00 – Registration not currently open
|8:00||Registration and Tea/ Coffee|
|8:15||Pre-booked one to one meetings commence. Continued throughout the day.|
Eoghan Hanrahan, Regional Director, Enterprise Ireland
|8:50 – 9:50||Financial and Currency Management
Moira Creedon, Author & Finance Faculty at IMI and Ryan Academy
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.
|9:50 – 9:55||Overview of SBCI Supports
John Madigan, Head of Marketing & Research, SBCI
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 – 10:45||
Economic Market Outlook 2018 & Beyond – UK & Eurozone
Market Development meets Market Diversification
Overview of LEO & EI Supports
Greg Swift, Head of Enterprise and Economic Development, Dublin City LEO
|11:00 -11:20||COFFEE BREAK|
|12:10 – 12:55||
|LUNCH & NETWORKING|
One to One Meetings
Pre-Booked 1:1 meetings with independent experts. These 40-minute meetings continuing throughout the day will provide you with an opportunity to discuss your capabilities in the 3 following areas and how you might improve them in light of Brexit:
1) Financial & Currency Management
2) Strategic Sourcing
3) Customs, Transport & Logistics
4) Intellectual Property
These meetings should be attended by the CEO, CFO or other relevant member of the senior management team and must be pre-booked.
Meetings requested will strictly be allocated on a first come first served basis.