BIM'S Opening Seafood Session at the 2018 Our Ocean Wealth Summit

Thursday, 28th of June 2018 in the Galway Docks

BIM’s Session Challenges of Brexit for the Irish Seafood Sector: Investing in the Seafood Route to Market is a follow-on to the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine's moderated Brexit session on access and quotas.

BIM's lively and highly informative session is for Irish seafood companies looking for the latest thinking on how Brexit will potentially impact their business and will provide practical solutions to help the sector to invest in means to sustainably minimise risk at this time of acute uncertainty for the industry.

Who's Speaking

BIM looks forward to welcoming David Carson. David is a corporate finance partner and leads Public Policy including Brexit in Deloitte Ireland.

Seafood Session Presentations

Read the presentation for BIM's Opening Seafood Session.

What’s on offer?

A line-up of Brexit specialists, customs and logistics experts, seasoned economists and panellists representing the full breadth of Ireland’s seafood industry will explore how companies can best manage the challenge and maximise on the opportunity resulting from the fall-out of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

In this BIM session delegates will:

  • get the inside track on how Irish seafood companies can best plan and prepare now for a post-Brexit market
  • discuss how Brexit offers new competitiveness and diversification opportunities to Irish companies with the logistical capability to access emerging global markets
  • explore Brexit scenarios on potential new customs and tariff arrangements and their impact on every Irish seafood company’s business model and resource

Read the programme

BIM looks forward to meeting you at the session.