Summary of Supports

Department for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Preparing for Brexit The UK decision to leave the EU from March 2019 will entail changes to trading arrangements with our nearest neighbour. The Government is committed to supporting Brexit impacted enterprises to sustain employment and economic activity to the greatest extent possible. Government Departments, enterprise agencies and regulatory […]

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Local Enterprise Office Supports

Be Prepared Grant The Be Prepared Grant supports Enterprise Ireland clients in preparing an action plan. It is designed for SMEs who would benefit from further research and the use of external expertise in developing this plan. The grant— which offers up to €5,000 in support— can be used to help cover consultancy, travel and […]

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Enterprise Ireland Supports

Brexit: Act On Initiative The Brexit: Act On programme has been developed to focus on three main areas of capability (1) Financial and Currency Management (2) Strategic Sourcing and (3) Customs and Logistics. Delivered over the course of two half day sessions with an independent consultant, the initiative helps companies decide on specific actions over […]

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InterTradeIreland (Cross Border Body)

Brexit Advice For those concerned about tariffs, our team can guide and advise you through possible World Trade Organisation tariffs that may apply to your business. Our online planning guide for Brexit will help you address any questions or concerns you have in relation to the impact that Freedom of Movement may have in relation […]

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Brexit Loan Scheme (RoI)

The Brexit Loan Scheme The SBCI Brexit Loan Scheme is offered in partnership with the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation, the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine and is supported by the InnovFin SME Guarantee Facility, with the financial backing of the European Union under Horizon 2020 Financial Instruments. The loans are available […]

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