Getting SMEs a leg up as Brexit clock ticks down

InterTradeIreland is at the forefront in galvanising SMEs on both sides of the border to withstand the seismic shock to come in January

1st November, 2020
Getting SMEs a leg up as Brexit clock ticks down
Margaret Hearty, director of business services at InterTradeIreland

If pulling out of the EU after nearly 50 years of membership wasn’t already fraught enough, the issue of Britain’s only land border being on the island of Ireland has only added to that.

That’s why organisations such as InterTradeIreland, established 20 years ago, are key to getting businesses on both sides of the border ready for the seismic shift come January 1, 2021.

With cross-border trade worth an estimated €7 billion, the...

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