SOLD OUT: Deal or no deal - Brexit, One Year Out

SOLD OUT: As the Brexit conundrum continues to trundle on calendar-wise, negotiations on a trade deal and future arrangements cannot be addressed until the “divorce” aspects of the UK leaving have been dealt with. We are almost 12 months out from Brexit day. Sector and industry bodies are calling for clearer direction and member organisations of The Sales Institute are looking for reassurance and or a clearer path forward. But what are the Government's plans in relation to Brexit and customs and trade matters 12 months out? What happens if "divorce proceedings" are not concluded by 31st March 2019? Can the timelines be extended? If this happens what trade agreements will be put in play?

Join us at this event where our expert speakers will discuss the impact of Brexit deal or no deal!

SOLD OUT: Deal or no deal - Brexit, One Year Out Thursday, 3rd May 2018

Thursday, 3rd May 2018
12pm - 3pm

The Merrion Hotel, Dublin 2.

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Brian Hayes

Member of The European Parliament For Dublin, Ireland

Patrick Cooney

Chief Financial Officer

Kerry Group

David McGee



Eoin O'Neill


The British Irish Chamber of Commerce

Eoin is the current President of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce , a founding member in 2011.Eoin has extensive Senior management experience in financial services, he has worked for Aviva for twenty nine years in a variety of different leadership roles.Last year he finished off nine years as Director of Sales and Customer Care. Eoin is a passionate business leader, as chamber President he has focused on the development of trade and has worked extensively to drive a cooperative approach, developing relationships to drive sustainable trade links. A keen sports fan he was responsible for Aviva’s sponsorship of the Aviva stadium and is active in many sporting organisations. Eoin represents the chamber at many forums and is a regular speaker, commentator and facilitator on business related matters and the need to prepare for Brexit.