Brexit toolkit for small businesses
 

The UK has formally notified the EU of its intention to withdraw from membership. With the diplomatic wheels now very much in motion, it is time to ensure that you are making the necessary preparations in your business.

The SFA has prepared a Brexit guide for small business. It contains analysis of Ireland’s Brexit exposure and insights into the opportunities and risks for the main sectors of the economy. It provides details of the 10 main impact areas for Irish businesses: 

  • Currency
  • Supply chain
  • Contracts
  • Finance and funding
  • Workforce
  • Technology
  • Regulation
  • Tax
  • Market
  • Operating structures.

Crucially, the guide then provides a Brexit toolkit for your business, outlining “no regret” courses of action to manage Brexit as well as “do now” and “plan and be ready” steps under each of the 10 impact areas listed above.

View the toolkit and monitor the latest developments at SFA’s Brexit Hub: www.sfa.ie/Brexit.

The SFA is available to provide information and advice to member companies on any aspect of Brexit. The SFA team also meets with Government Ministers a number of times per month to discuss the impact of Brexit on small business. We would be happy to pursue any policy response that you feel would assist your business – please share your ideas with Patricia Callan, SFA Director, on 01 6051602 or patricia.callan@sfa.ie

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