Your Business: Rethinking the Eurozone

As Brexit uncertainty remains the constant, Irish SMEs should shift their focus to eurozone opportunities, writes Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland

24th September, 2017

There are approximately 500 days left until Britain is due to exit the EU as planned and Irish exporters must act quickly to establish a strategy that will improve their competitiveness, innovation and diversification and help prepare their businesses for Brexit.

The outcome of the Brexit vote was a watershed moment for Irish companies, representing a historic change in the structure of the global marketplace. For Ireland, the impact of Brexit threatens to be profound. Today,...

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