The UK is a most important export market for Ireland, and Ireland is also a key market for British exporters, yet many companies fail to capitalise on the advantages such a close trading partner offers. During this half-day seminar, a panel of eminent speakers will provide a comprehensive overview of the benefits and ease of doing business in Britain, through exporting and/or establishing a physical presence there.
This interactive and practical morning seminar offers an insight into the practicalities, opportunities and challenges of doing business in Britain and an opportunity to meet one to one with the speakers.
One-to-one clinics with advisors from Enterprise Ireland, UK Trade & Investment, Grant Thornton, Bank of Ireland and the British Irish Chamber of Commerce will be available following the seminar. Please indicate your interest in attending these clinics when registering for this event.
Who should attend: Business Owners, Managing Directors, Chief Financial Officers
This is a FREE OF CHARGE event
Registration from 8:15 a.m. Seminar commences at 8.40a.m. sharp
Speakers and main topics
- Neil Pakey, CEO Shannon Group plc: Airport / Airline Connectivity
- Dominick Chilcott, The British Embassy: Relationship between Britain and Ireland
- Christine Esson, UK Manager – New Market Entrants, Enterprise Ireland: Focus on the British marketplace
- Willie Wixted, Director, ABC Nutritionals: Our journey to the UK market
- Garret Grogan, Head of Long Term Interest Rate Trading, Bank of Ireland: Outlook for Foreign Exchange and Interest Rates
- Theresa O’Gorman, Tax Director, Grant Thornton & Hussein Casey, ACA, Senior Consultant, Tax Advisory at Grant Thornton: Taxation and Business landscape in Britain
- Conor Kenny, Head of Investment, UK Trade & Investment: UKTI Ireland Case Study
- James Blakemore, Managing Director, JMB Partnership: Routes to market
- Paul Caplis, Commercial Director, British Irish Chamber of Commerce: Britain and its regions – it’s not just London
For more information about Doing Business in Britain contact us on 061 360611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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