‘There’s an immediate effect in terms of the next invoice, but there’s also the long-term effects’

Case study: The Burren Smokehouse

3rd July, 2016
Birgitta Curtin, owner of the Burren Smokehouse in Lisdoonvarna in Co Clare

‘If sterling loses value, it will mean a lot of problems for us, as exporters,” said Birgitta Curtin, owner of the Burren Smokehouse in the Clare village of Lisdoonvarna.

The family-run business produces smoked organic salmon, and other types of fish, at its artisan smokehouse. It sells its products across Ireland, and also exports to individuals, speciality food shops, and high-end retailers, including well-known British retailer Harrods.

“Everything we produce will be so...

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