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Brexit. What's next for Irish business?


Brexit Guide

A tool-kit for your business

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Read Ibec's Q2 Quarterly Economic Outlook 'Measuring our success''

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Brexit - the exceptional case for state aid supports for the food and drink sector

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Recent Brexit News

Ibec's press releases on Brexit

Ibec meets British PM May & senior UK ministers on Brexit

13th November 2017
Ibec CEO Danny McCoy today met British Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit Secretary David Davis and Business Secretary Greg Clark in Downing St as part of a delegation of key EU business

Brexit impasse highlights need for decisive action in Budget

02nd October 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said the frustratingly slow progress of Brexit negotiations reinforces the need for decisive action in the upcoming budget to prepare for a

UK business call for “status quo” Brexit transition welcome

17th September 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today welcomed the call by the Confederation of British Industry for a “status quo” Brexit transition that would see the UK remain in the single

UK Brexit paper welcome, but major challenges remain

16th August 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today welcomed the aim of the UK government to avoid customs checks on the island of Ireland and develop streamlined or new customs arrangements with

Irish business sets out key Brexit priorities in Brussels

12th July 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, will today in Brussels set out comprehensive proposals to limit the negative impact of Brexit on business and the wider European economy. However, the

Irish and UK retailers highlight Brexit challenges

26th June 2017
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, today joined forces with the British Retail Consortium and the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium to explore the implications for the

Keep in touch

At Ibec, we are working to support member companies across the country and in all sectors as you manage the Brexit challenges already evident, and plan for the potential disruption of existing trading relationships in the future.

As the challenges and opportunities of Brexit crystallise, Ibec will be with you every step of the way; supporting you at a company, sector, national and international level. Get in touch if we can help.

Arnold Dillon
Brexit Campaign Lead
Email: arnold.dillon@ibec.ie
Pat Ivory
Director of EU and International Affairs
Email: pat.ivory@ibec.ie
Shane Lyster
Senior European Affairs Executive
Email: shane.lyster@ibec.ie
Kathryn O'Donovan
Executive, Trade and International Affairs
Email: kathryn.odonovan@ibec.ie