Ibec - for Irish business

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

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

UK, NI and Irish Retailers in Stark ‘No Deal’ Brexit Warning

21st February 2019
The leading retail bodies in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom have come together to issue a stark warning on how a ‘No Deal’ Brexit will affect shoppers in Ireland and the UK. With

Tariff stabilisation fund needed in “No Deal” Brexit

19th February 2019
Food Drink Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the food and drink sector, has called for a tariff stabilisation fund to help agrifood exporters offset the impact of UK tariffs in the event of a

Ibec/CBI Northern Ireland warn against ‘no deal’ Brexit

15th January 2019
In advance of the Westminster Brexit vote, Ireland and Northern Ireland’s leading business groups warned that a ‘no deal’ outcome would have devastating economic consequences for the all-island

Extended Brexit transition required, including for ‘no deal’

20th December 2018
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today noted the contingency plans for a ‘no deal’ Brexit published by the European Commission and Government, and urged them to work collectively to

Ibec calls for escalation of Brexit ‘no deal’ planning`

10th December 2018
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today called on Government and the EU to escalate Brexit ‘no deal’ contingency planning, following the decision of UK Prime Minister Theresa May to

Draft Brexit deal welcome; Challenges for retailers remain

20th November 2018
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, has welcomed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement as a very important achievement that establishes the potential for an orderly UK

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
Doreen Burke
Executive, Trade and International Affairs
Email: doreen.burke@ibec.ie