The LEO Louth team are on hand to help businesses getting ready for Brexit. Book a free place at the Brexit Clinics in Drogheda and Dundalk by calling 1890 202 303.
We’re three years down the Brexit road but confusion is still rampant, especially for businesses. Help is at hand however as the team at the Local Enterprise Office Louth are offering free Brexit clinics with a specialist mentor to help businesses prepare for whatever the outcome.
The two upcoming clinics in Drogheda (27th September) and Dundalk (17th October) follow on from two very successful booked-out Brexit Clinics last week.
“It’s a very useful process for any business owner. Book a free 1 hour appointment at our Brexit Clinic. Our mentor will call you ahead of the event to learn more about your business. On the day, our Brexit Mentor will work with you to diagnose the challenges Brexit is likely to cause your business and the actions you should take” explains Sarah Mallon who co-ordinates the Brexit Clinics for business.
“It’s a great opportunity to learn about the state supports available to business such as InterTrade Ireland’s Brexit Vouchers, Brexit Loan Scheme and training for you and your staff” she continues. “Your appointment with the Brexit Mentor will assist in identifying areas such as V.A.T., Customs & Tariffs, Currency Exchange, PAYE, Company Structures that need to be considered and begin to plan for you and your business.”
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To book, please contact the Local Enterprise Office on 1890 202 303 and ask for Sarah in the Brexit Mentor Clinic. “Places booked out fast for previous clinics, don’t hesitate, call me today to book your place.”
Sarah concluded “And don’t forget the free event “Brexit: The Practical Steps” event that takes place on 23rd September at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. This morning session will be full of useful, practical, actionable steps for SMEs. Hosted by Minister Heather Humphreys, the event will include all the relevant state agencies and will provide excellent advice and support. To book visit www.eventbrite.com and search for Brexit; The Practical Steps.”
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