Brexit Advisory Clinic (One to One) 25th September Athlone LEO191519

Venue:
Board Room, Athlone Civic Centre, Athlone
 
Date:
25/09/2019
 
Note:
25th September
 
Time:
1- 1.5 hours
 
Category:
Mentoring
 

Trainer Michael Boyd Trade Advisers

Free
Booked Out
 
 

One-to-One Brexit Clinic - Time slot will be issued to you.

With Brexit just around the corner, it is now more important than ever to start planning for any potential outcome to your business.

This one-to-one clinic appointment with expert mentor Michael Boyd can inform and advise participants on issues facing your business in respects to Brexit.

All participants are required to complete the Brexit Scorecard prior to attending the clinic. This online tool takes five minutes to complete and is designed to help you consider the potential effects it may have for your business and will serve to better prepare you for the clinic by identifying potential risks to your business that you will need to plan and protect against.

 

Michael Boyd, Trade Advisers

Trade Advisers is one of Ireland’s leading specialists on the implications of Brexit for businesses and how to overcome its negative impacts – and possibly the only consultancy working solely on Brexit. The firm was established in Ireland and London soon after the UK Referendum on departure from the European Union. Its founders have extensive experience in international trade throughout the world and have, in particular, advised governments on their bilateral and multilateral trade agreements - as well as briefing businesses on all aspects of export development.

Michael is the Chairman and founder of Trade Advisers. He has spent his career managing and delivering consulting and technical assistance programmes in international trade development and investment promotion throughout the world. His early career was with the IDA and CTT–Irish Export Board, at home and overseas. With others, he set up the TDI group of companies to provide international trade development advice. His clients have included numerous trade ministries, the World Bank and the European Commission - on assignments to benefit exporting SMEs. More recently he ran Malachite Advisers in London – a risk consultancy with clients such as BP, Vodafone, Rio Tinto and London financial services companies. He is currently advising companies on the customs (tariff and non-tariff barriers), logistics, personnel and currency implications of Brexit and working with them to produce action plans.

 

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