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Get to grips with Brexit in Dublin and London

[ January 11, 2017   //   ]

The Irish International Freight Association is holding a free seminar on Breit at Dublin Airport on Tuesday 21st February.

Taking place in the Clouds Rooftop Suite of the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport at 14:00 on Tuesday 21st February 2017, confirmed speakers include Clecat president Steve Parker, director general of the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce, John McGrane and KPMG Ireland’s Frankie Devlin and Fionn Uibh Eachach.

They will offer insight into continental Europe’s reactions to and feelings toward Brexit, reports on developments since June 2016 and an insight into potential tax implications arising from potential scenarios, based on existing Free Trade Agreements with the European Union.

Pre-booking is essential as places are limited – contact Seamus Kavanagh through 01 845 5411 or e-mail through to to reserve a seat.

The organisers of the Cool Logistics seminars are meanwhile holding a new one-day event on Brexit and its impact on perishable logistics.

It takes place on Wednesday 29 March 2017 at the Cavendish Hotel, London.

The aim of this practical one-day seminar will be to assess the risks and opportunities posed by Brexit and its potential impact on the perishable supply chain and how trade flows of fresh and frozen perishable goods will change in years to come.

Cost if booked before 13 February is £265.

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