EI keeps eyes on prize of bountiful post-Brexit opportunities
‘The danger of current disruption is that we focus on what’s happening in the business rather than what’s happening in the market,’ says Deirdre McPartlin, Enterprise Ireland’s manager in Britain
While Brexit has got off to an uneven start and has undoubtedly caused headaches and stress for businesses on both sides of the Irish Sea, there is “nonetheless enormous optimism and ambition in Irish exporters to grow in the UK”, said Deirdre McPartlin, UK manager of Enterprise Ireland.
McPartlin, who is based in London, acknowledged that smaller exporters are facing the biggest hurdles now that Brexit has arrived and Britain has left the...
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