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Businesses urged to attend key Brexit event tomorrow

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INSIGHT…Peter Quinn is one of the speakers on Thursday morning

WITH the prospect of huge post-Brexit disruption looming large, local businesses are being used to attend a unique networking event in Lisnaskea tomorrow morning. But be warned – it’s an early start!
Lisnaskea Chamber of Commerce in association with InterTradeIreland are holding the breakfast briefing event for businesses in Fermanagh,  Cavan, Monaghan, Tyrone and Donegal in the Donn Carragh Hotel from 7.45am-9.30am, where the most up to date information and advice to help SMEs following the Brexit negotiations will be shared.
This event will focus on some of the questions local businesspeople may already have on business planning, currency hedging, innovation, diversification and building cross-border relationships. A new range of Brexit supports will also be announced by InterTradeIreland on the day.
Addressing the event will be Aidan Gough, Strategy and Policy Director with InterTradeIreland; Peter Quinn, Director of Lakeland Dairies and Michael McAllister from ASM Chartered Accountants.
Speaking ahead of the event, Mr Gough told the Herald: “InterTradeIreland is supporting businesses to navigate the uncertain landscape and realise their growth ambitions as realities of the UK’s new relationship with Europe – and more specifically between Northern Ireland and Ireland – emerge. Most importantly, we encourage businesses to continue pursuing an export growth strategy. Businesses that export, including those that trade across the border, are three times more likely to be growing.”
 For more information and/or to register for a free place click contact Denise in InterTradeIreland on 30834130 or email Shane Wilson on president@lisnaskeachamber.co.uk


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