• Northern Ireland Brexit Summit is being held on February 27th 2020 in the Titanic Exhibition Centre Belfast.

    Is Your Brexit Strategy Fit For Purpose?

    The 2019 Northern Ireland Manufacturing & Supply Chain Expo will provide a forum for manufacturers and operators involved throughout the supply chain to gather to discuss pressing issues facing the industry. It will cover the full manufacturing spectrum, including the food and drink, biopharma, medtech, healthcare, construction, procurement, and precision engineering sectors.

    How can you refine your company’s Brexit preparations to take into account the latest developments in a seemingly unending saga?

    This central dilemma and associated questions will be addressed in light of the most up-to-date information available at the Northern Ireland Brexit Summit, which is an integral part of the Northern Ireland Manufacturing & Supply Chain Expo, being held in the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast on Wednesday, 13th of February.

    Of course, Northern Ireland is unique in being the only part of the UK with a potential land border with the EU and this poses distinctive problems for local businesses of all types and sizes.

    With some clarity now starting to dispel the cloud of uncertainty that has been hanging over Brexit since the referendum vote in 2016, the Northern Ireland Brexit Summit is timely. By the date of the Summit, the potential Brexit scenarios should be narrowing and a no-deal alternative, which would necessitate a hard border in Ireland, may well have been removed from the table.

    A panel of experts has been assembled to provide practical advice now that the implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland businesses and their supply chains are becoming clearer. In addition to the challenges posed, the Summit will also highlight some of the opportunities.

    Speakers on Brexit include: John McAuley, Managing Director of Compliance Engineering Ireland; Mike McGrath, Managing Director of Arvo; Howard Knott, Logistics Consultant at Irish Exporters Association; Michael Farrell, Director of PKF-FPM Accountants; and Jonathan Askin, Commercial Partner at BLM

    In addition to Brexit, other issues high on the agenda at the Northern Ireland Manufacturing & Supply Chain Expo include the challenges and opportunities provided by constantly changing consumer demands, the rapid pace of technological advances in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and robotics, along with heightening environmental concerns and intensifying competition both domestically and in international markets. Exhibition stands displaying the latest technological solutions and business services available will be an integral part of the event.

    This may well be your last chance to check that your Brexit plans are fit for purpose.


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