Is Your Business Brexit Ready?

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Is your business Brexit Ready? Change is coming in less than 30 days and your Local Enterprise Office has a range of training and mentor supports available to help your business prepare.

As hubs of expert advice, information and practical supports, dedicated Local Enterprise Office teams can help you manage your Brexit response. 

Is Your Business Brexit Ready?

Use the scorecard and checklist to think about how your business may be impacted.
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Get one-to-one advice and guidance from an experienced mentor.
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Customs change is coming on January 1st 2021. Prepare your business for this change and sign up for this workshop
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Find out what financial supports are right for your business.
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Connect with the world’s largest support network for SMEs.
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Find out how small businesses are getting #BrexitReady and what Brexit events are taking place near you.
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Here’s a handy guide to Brexit supports, which are available through your Local Enterprise Office. is the largest database of professional development and corporate training courses in Ireland. We list thousands of training courses from trainers and training providers nationwide.

The Local Enterprise Office is the First Stop Shop for anyone seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Ireland.

The Local Enterprise Office provides advice, information and support to you in starting up or growing your business.

With 31 dedicated teams across the Local Authority network in Ireland, Local Enterprise Offices offer you a wide range of experience, skills and services.

The Local Enterprise Office is for people interested in starting up a new business or already in business including; entrepreneurs, early stage promoters, start-ups and small business looking to expand.

Our Role: To Help You Deliver on Your Business Idea

  • To drive the development of local enterprise, putting local micro and small business at the heart of job creation in Ireland
  • To drive and support business start-ups and promote a ‘can-do’ business culture.
  • To increase the job potential of new and existing micro and small businesses.
  • To increase the number of innovative businesses with potential to export.
  • To be proactive in response to the needs of our clients.



Steven Galvin

Ibec Regional Insights Series
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