Ibec - for Irish business

Brexit and the Future of Europe. What's next for Irish business?

Fergal O'Brien, Ibec Director of Policy and Public Affairs explains why the Future of Europe debate is so important for Irish business. Watch the video here

Ireland in the EU: A dynamic future

The priorities of Irish business for the Future of Europe

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Read Ibec's Brexit toolkit 'Brexit: a guide for your business''

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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

Business support for EU remains rock solid

19th April 2018
New survey: Business support for EU membership remains rock solid Big opportunity to complete Single Market, but tax a matter for national governments Ibec, the group that represents Irish

Ibec sets out priorities for the Future of Europe

21st March 2018
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said that Ireland's economic fortunes demand an outward-looking, dynamic and successful EU. At the launch of its priorities for the Future of

Brexit transition deal gives business vital time to prepare

19th March 2018
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today welcomed a new EU-UK agreement on a Brexit transition period, which it said was vital to enable businesses plan and prepare. It also said the

Deep concerns at trajectory of Brexit talks

07th March 2018
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said it remains deeply concerned at the trajectory of the Brexit negotiations. This follows today’s publication of draft Council guidelines on

Brexit impact on agri-food requires EU state aid exemptions

21st February 2018
Food Drink Ireland (FDI), the Ibec group that represents the food and drink sector, today said the economic consequences of a hard and disruptive Brexit, as outlined by the Copenhagen Economics

Brexit deal vital to protecting all-island supply chains

12th February 2018
Food Drink Ireland (FDI), the Ibec group that represents the food industry, today said the full implementation of the December Brexit deal was vital to protect complex all-island supply chains. The

Keep in touch


At Ibec, we are working to support member companies across the country and in all sectors as you manage the Brexit challenges already evident, and plan for the potential disruption of existing trading relationships in the future.

As the challenges and opportunities of Brexit crystallise, Ibec will be with you every step of the way; supporting you at a company, sector, national and international level. Get in touch if we can help.

Arnold Dillon
Head of Strategic Campaigns
Email: arnold.dillon@ibec.ie
Pat Ivory
Director of EU and International Affairs
Email: pat.ivory@ibec.ie
Shane Lyster
Senior European Affairs Executive
Email: shane.lyster@ibec.ie
Kathryn O'Donovan
Executive, Trade and International Affairs
Email: kathryn.odonovan@ibec.ie