Impact of Brexit on the Midwest at Limerick Chamber Spring Business Lunch

Home / Impact of Brexit on the Midwest at Limerick Chamber Spring Business Lunch

Impact of Brexit on the Midwest at Limerick Chamber Spring Business Lunch

Brian Shanley (Business Development Manager Ulster Bank) Cian McInerney (Relationship Manager Ulster Bank) Caroline Kelleher (Director of Policy Limerick Chamber ) Declan Daly (Senior Manager, Ulster Bank), Dr Stephen Kinsella (Chief Economist,  University of Limerick) Key Speaker, Dr James Ring (CEO Limerick Chamber)

Limerick Chamber will host a Business Lunch on Brexit on Tuesday April 25th from 12.15pm to 2.00pm in the Castletroy Park Hotel.  The event is being sponsored by Ulster Bank and will focus on the challenges of Brexit for businesses.

Dr. Stephen Kinsella, Economics Lecturer with the University of Limerick and Columnist with the Sunday Business Post will be the keynote speaker at the event.  Dr. Kinsella will provide an overview of the impact of Brexit on the Midwest economy.  A panel discussion will follow lunch, featuring Declan Daly, Senior Manager from Ulster Bank, Trevor Byrnes, CFO from Roadbridge and Eoin Ryan, Managing Director from the Galtee Group which will focus on how they have adapted to the challenging business environment.  The event will feature live polling of the audience on keys issues affecting businesses and will involve an interactive Q&A session.

Director of Policy with Limerick Chamber, Caroline Kelleher, said “With the UK accounting for 14 per cent of Ireland’s export, the impact of Brexit will be felt across all sectors of our economy. Limerick Chamber is delighted to be hosting this event which will aim to assist businesses in identifying how they can adapt to the challenges posed by Brexit.”

This event is open to all businesses in the Midwest Region.  There are limited places available so BOOK NOW to avoid disappointment!  Lunch will be served as part of the event and tickets cost €50 per person for Limerick Chamber members is and €70 per person for non-members.

For bookings or further information contact Limerick Chamber Events Manager, Caoimhe Moloney on 061 217607 or at



Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar

Can We Help You?

To find out more information or to discuss how Limerick Chamber and Limerick Skillnet can aid you in your business and training needs please contact us.

Contact Us ›