Ibec - for Irish business

Brexit. What's next for Irish business?

The UK is leaving the EU. Ibec is committed to supporting business through these uncertain times and we present our insights, advice and expert opinions here.

Brexit Guide

A tool-kit for your business

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Read Ibec's Q1 Quarterly Economic Outlook 'Taking Back Control'

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Brexit - the exceptional case for state aid supports for the food and drink sector

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Recent Brexit News

Ibec's press releases on Brexit

North South Interconnector needed ahead of Brexit threat

10th April 2017
Ibec and the CBI, the two major business groups in the Republic and Northern Ireland, today launched a new report setting out the economic importance and urgent need for the proposed 400kV overhead

Economic growth outlook impressive despite Brexit effects

03rd April 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today published its Q1 Quarterly Economic Outlook, which forecasts growth of 3.1% for 2017, and 2.8% in 2018. Strong improvements in consumer spending

Ibec welcomes draft EU guidelines for Brexit

31st March 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said the draft EU guidelines for Brexit negotiations set out a constructive approach towards achieving a smooth transition to a new EU-UK

Agri-food interests must be safeguarded in Brexit talks, MII

29th March 2017
Meat Industry Ireland (MII), the Ibec group representing the sector, today highlighted the critical importance of maintaining business certainty during Brexit negotiations. Cormac Healy, Director of

Brexit talks must deliver free access to UK market - IDIA

29th March 2017
The Irish Dairy Industries Association (IDIA), the Ibec group that represents the dairy sector, today called for the sector to be a key priority for the Irish Government in the upcoming Brexit

Divisive, damaging Brexit divorce must be avoided

29th March 2017
In response to the triggering of Article 50 by the UK, Ibec today said an assertive national effort is needed to avoid the very real risk of a divisive, damaging Brexit divorce, and the UK crashing

Keep in touch

Arnold Dillion
Brexit Campaign Lead
Tel: 01 605 1500
Email: arnold.dillon@ibec.ie