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ITB School of Business to host BREXIT in Blanchardstown briefing on 29th May - REGISTER NOW

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18/05/2017 13:18:49

 

"BREXIT in Blanchardstown: How changes in the EU can impact locally"

The School of Business here at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown will be hosting a Brexit breakfast briefing on Monday 29th May, 8am - 11am.
This event will provide a forum to hear perspectives relating to Brexit and how changes in the EU can impact locally.
Minister Regina Doherty, Government Chief Whip and Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach, Meath East, John McGrane, Director General British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Anne Lanigan, Manager Brexit Unit Enterprise Ireland will be speaking at the event here in ITB.

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The British Irish Chamber of Commerce is the focal point for business activity between Ireland and Britain. Through its members and links to key stakeholders in government, it has become one of the main influencing, networking and promotion organisations across these Islands.
The Brexit Unit at Enterprise Ireland is helping SMEs assess the impact of Brexit and prepare for Brexit by plan to mitigate risks and leverage opportunities which may arise from Brexit.
A Q&A panel discussion will follow.

 

 

Following the Brexit briefing, attendees are invited to stay for roundtable discussions on how the ITB School of Business can work with industry partners through these economic changes.

Refreshments will be available from 8am in the LINCup at the LINC Centre at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown. The event will finish at 11am with coffee and an opportunity for networking.

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Limited Places Available. To book your place at this event Click here

If you have any queries please get in touch with us by email : info@itb.ie

 

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