Helping businesses to reach potential

As Brexit uncertainty abounds, RSM is advising companies seeking expansion of the need for customer reach and helping them to identify their unique strengths

10th September, 2017
Pat Keegan, partner, John Glennon, managing partner and Suzanne O'Neill, partner, RSM Ireland

While export activity has increased across the Midlands signalling a return to growth, companies in the region face the same challenges as companies across Ireland with Brexit uncertainty a key factor.

“The main market has been Britain and unfortunately the ambition to increase markets in Britain has been badly hampered by the uncertainty arising from the Brexit decision. Food producers are particularly badly impacted,” said Suzanne O’Neill, partner with RSM’s Midlands office....

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