I hope you are keeping well.
How can you refine your company’s Brexit preparations to take into account the latest developments in a seemingly unending saga? This central dilemma and associated questions will be addressed in light of the most up-to-date information available at the Brexit Summit , which is an integral part of the MANUFACTURING & SUPPLY CHAIN CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION being held at the Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin, on 29th and 30th January 2020.
Of course, Ireland is unique in being the only part of the EU with a land border with the UK and this poses distinctive problems for local businesses of all types and sizes. Similarly, the prospect of a customs border in the Irish Sea would also cause difficulties for some companies.
Economic and political uncertainty due to ‘Brexit’, and the possibility of ‘trade wars’ precipitating a global recession, have been impacting on investment decisions. With some clarity now starting to dispel the cloud of uncertainty that has been hanging over business since the Referendum Vote in 2016, the Brexit Summit is timely as it falls on the eve of Brexit day on January 31st.
Now that the 2019 UK General Election has radically transformed the political landscape, a degree of certainty and predictability about Brexit has emerged with the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement. As negotiations for a UK/EU trade agreement commence, the potential Brexit scenarios should start to narrow and a ‘no-deal’ alternative, which would necessitate a hard border in Ireland, may well evaporate.
According to the Conservative 2019 election manifesto, a trade deal regulating the UK’s future relationship with the EU should be concluded by the end of 2020. Given the complexity of trade deals of this nature, such a short timetable seems highly ambitious but there is provision for an extension to be sought before the July 1st deadline. A panel of experts has been assembled for the BREXIT SUMMIT to look beyond the political rhetoric to the commercial realities, and to provide practical advice on how to prepare for Brexit now that the implications for Irish businesses and their supply chains, are becoming clearer. In addition to the challenges posed by Brexit, the event will also highlight some of the opportunities. This may well be your last chance to check that your Brexit strategy is fit for purpose.
With limited numbers of places still available, I would like to offer you a complimentary delegate pass to the Brexit Summit  is being held on the 29th & 30th of January at Citywest .
To claim your pass, simply click on the link FREE DELEGATE PASS  to secure your place at the conference. Feel free to inform your colleagues and clients that the event is free to attend.
The Brexit Summit is co-located with the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition  over 6,000 delegates, 250 Speakers and 450 exhibitors.
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