Sunday March 29, 2020

Firms already counting Brexit cost, Enterprise Ireland study finds

10 per cent of the companies surveyed said Brexit had cost their business more than €100,000, while almost 5 per cent put the negative impact at more than €250,000

4th September, 2019
Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland. Picture: Shane O'Neill

10 per cent of the companies surveyed said Brexit had cost their business more than €100,000, while almost 5 per cent put the negative impact at more than €250,000.

The research was conducted to coincide with the state agency's International Markets Week at the RDS in Dublin. Running until Friday, the event involves 650 companies who will meet 140 advisers from Enterprise Ireland's overseas offices in an effort to help companies diversify into new markets in response to Brexit.

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