Bord Bia's Brexit Barometer
Government and EU Supports
Customs & Tariffs Training 2018
The 2018 Barometer indicates that 55% of respondents have no experience or limited experience complying with customs processes and rules. The Barometer indicates this is increasing in importance due to both a possible post-Brexit trading environment and market diversification activities. This programme trains Bord Bia clients in all aspects of customs and tariffs management.
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Currency Risk Training 2018
Over half of the companies who responded to the 2018 Barometer (52%) do not have a hedging strategy in place. 23% have not identified risk and exposure to currency fluctuations as a result of Brexit. This training better prepares Bord Bia clients for buyer negotiations and new business arising from non-Eurozone market opportunities.
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Supply Chain Workshops 2018
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Bord Bia’s Supply Chain Logistics Guide and Logistics Service Providers Database, both linked below, enables Irish food and drink manufacturers to identify operations partners, establish more efficient distribution channels and identify cost reduction strategies.
Exchange Rate Forecasts (Mid-Point of Range)
|| Q1 2019
Current Rates Reuters, Forecasts AIB's ERU, Updated on 7th June 2018