Now is the time for action as businesses have to take critical steps to get ready for new customs rules from January 1st, 2021
Deal or no deal, if your business is importing or exporting goods – and intends to continue doing so into 2021 - there are vital steps you need to consider now to prepare for uncertain trading conditions in the new year.
Enterprise Ireland and the Local Enterprise Office are delivering a Brexit Customs Briefing just for the South East region on Thursday 10th December.
Join the webinar on from 9:30am to 10:30am which will be hosted by Martin Corkery, Regional Director from Enterprise Ireland, and Kieran Comerford, Head of Enterprise at LEO Carlow.
These hosts will be joined by a panel who will talk you through a checklist of must-do actions you need to undertake before 1st January, to prepare your business for minimal disruption as the Brexit deadline draws near.
John Dawson – Managing Director, Bell Transport and Logistics
Ray Ryan – Assistant Principal at Revenue, Irish Tax and Customs
Martin Hanley – Co-Owner, Charleville Platform and Hire
Katherine O’Sullivan – General Manager at O’Donnell Furniture Makers
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