Get your Business HR Brexit Ready
Simon Coveney TD, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, updated prominent business and political leaders from across the UK and Ireland on the Government’s current approach to Brexit negotiations at the Chamber’s annual networking dinner on Wednesday 30 May.
The dinner brought together 450 influential figures from the worlds of business, investment and politics to hear the keynote speech by the Tánaiste and an update from Eoin O’Neill, President of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce as to how businesses can mitigate risks associated with the current uncertainty in Brexit talks.
Addressing the dinner, Simon Coveney TD, said: “Thanks to the work of businesses like those represented here, our trading relationship is thriving – and this Government continues to do everything in its power to ensure that this remains the case. The UK has always been our one of closest partners, and we hope to continue this strong relationship after Brexit. Ireland has been clear in our position that a positive relationship between the EU and the UK, and between Ireland and the UK, is in all of our interests. A prosperous Britain is good for Ireland, and indeed vice versa. It is this firmly-held belief that informs our approach to the Brexit negotiations.”
We want to support you in getting your business HR Brexit Ready and managing the dynamics that will begin to present themselves as the transition continues.