92% of Bord Bia clients have made some or clear progress to prepare for Brexit
Brexit survey is issued to 2,000 UK and Irish consumers every 8 weeks
121 companies have completed Bord Bia’s comprehensive customs training programme
We are running a number of Brexit events and workshops, it's never too late to get informed about Brexit and how it will impact your business.
This programme focuses on identifying and addressing key challenges that companies face with their supply chain and export markets, and drive efficiencies relating to customs and health controls, third party logistics partners, customer relationships and overall supply chain management. Find Out More...
Bord Bia’s Customs Training Programme provides practical training to companies on the basic principles and requirements of customs, tariffs and non-EU trade. The programme involves a total of nine hours of group workshops and a two hour confidential mentoring session. Find Out More...
Bord Bia’s new Financial Risk Mentoring Programme follows on from our Currency Training Programme. The Currency Training Programme assisted companies to develop a treasury policy and foreign exchange strategy. This new mentoring programme, launched in February 2019, assists companies in preparing for buyer meetings, tendering and negotiations and support existing and new business development. Find Out More...
The Brexit Loan Scheme can help fund innovation, change or adaptation of the business to mitigate the impact of Brexit. Read More...
The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s Brexit Division is responsible for ensuring a coordinated and coherent approach to Brexit. Read More...
In March 2018, Bord Bia launched the second Brexit Barometer. The Brexit Barometer measures the progress of the Irish food and drinks industry's preparedness for Brexit, the Barometer also ensures that the services and programmes offered by Bord Bia are tailored to the needs of the Industry. Through an online platform, input from manufacturing companies representing Irish food and drink exports to the UK, provides the data needed to identify gaps and tailor Bord Bia support services accordingly. Download the report below or view our recommendations here.
In March 2017, with support from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Bord Bia launched the Brexit Barometer, a risk analysis tool designed to help individual companies assess their exposure to key risk areas associated with Brexit.
The findings of the 2017 Brexit Barometer can be found at the link below.
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*Current Rates Reuters, Forecasts AIB's ERU, Updated on 15th March 2019
Minister Creed On June 21st 2018, Bord Bia launches the findings of the 2018 Brexit Barometer which was completed by food, drink and horticulture companies across Ireland.
Tara Mc Carthy talks about the Brexit Barometer, which was completed by food, drink and horticulture companies across Ireland.
This is the first video in a series to provide information on currency risk management, customs, tariffs and non-EU trade and will help companies prepare for market diversification.