Chambers Ireland will be joined by a panel of speakers from Revenue and Customs, Dept of Transport, DBEI, Department of Foreign Affairs, who will update Chambers on the current state of affairs on implementation of Withdrawal Agreement, negotiations for a trade deal, and what business needs to do to prepare.
Following the panel, there will be opportunities for questions from Chambers.
Webinar Schedule is as follows:
Introduction from Ian Talbot, CEO (Chambers Ireland)
Alma Ní Choigligh, DFAT – to give a political overview on current state of affairs with negotiations and preparedness
Anne Coleman Dunne, DBEI– to give an overview on the work of the Department, Brexit supports, and their priorities to assist business in months coming up to transition and after
Ray Ryan, Revenue and Customs – to give an overview of the Customs changes, and actions that business will need to take to prepare for January 2021
Claire Martinez and Paul Hannon, Dept of Transport – to give an update on current state of affairs on roads, ports, airports and what Brexit will mean for transport and logistics
When- 9.30am to 11.00am, 23 July 2020 Where- Zoom/Online For Who- Chamber CEOs and Presidents