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 Q4 Quarterly Economic Outlook 'Responding to External Headwinds'

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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

FinTech jobs growth points to Brexit’s potential for city

22nd March 2017
Strong jobs growth in the so-called "FinTech" sector point to Brexit’s potential to rejuvenate inner city areas and help regional jobs growth, Financial Services Ireland, Ibec, Director Marc

Collective, national response needed to address Brexit

15th February 2017
Responding to the Taoiseach's key note address on Ireland's place in a changing EU, that took place in the Mansion House Dublin today, Ibec said Ireland must play a central and assertive role in

UK's Brexit approach risks damaging UK Irish relations

17th January 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said it was deeply concerned at the increasingly definitive and hardline position of the UK government to Brexit. It said any move by the UK to

Brexit upheaval demands EU state aid exemptions

16th January 2017
Food and Drink Industry Ireland (FDII), the Ibec group, today said the increased likelihood of a hard and disruptive Brexit, and a fracture of the single market demands a series of exceptions from

Nicola Sturgeon addresses Irish business leaders

29th November 2016
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today addressed a meeting of Irish business leaders in Ibec Head Office, Dublin, on the theme ‘A Vision of Inclusion: Global Scotland - Open for Business'.

Brexit shadow hangs over retail

16th November 2016
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the retail sector, today expressed growing unease at softening consumer demand and retail sales in the run up to Christmas, as highlighted by the

Keep in touch

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