BIM'S Opening Seafood Session Programme and Presentations

Time Description Speaker
11:00 - 13:00

SESSION 2

‘Challenges of Brexit for the Irish Seafood Sector’

(Investing in the Seafood Route to Market)

Session Moderator- Jim Power, economist

11:00 - 11:15

Introduction

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Jim O'Toole, CEO, Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM)
11:15

Overview


Jim Power, Economist
11:20

Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail - 10 Steps to Make Your Seafood Company Brexit Ready

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David Carson, Brexit Lead, Deloitte
11:35

Look to the East - Brexit & New Opportunities for Accelerated Market Diversification

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Richard Donnelly, Aquaculture Business Planning Manager, BIM
11:50

Brexit & the Potential Consequences for Irish Customs and Seafood Companies

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Tony Buckley, Assistant Secretary, Revenue Commissioners
12:05

The Economics of Brexit

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Michael Keatinge, Director of Fisheries and Training, BIM
12:20

Brexit Potential Regulatory Impacts Fishery Product Trade

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Micheal O'Mahony
12:35

Panel Discussion - Panellists:

  • Jim Egan, Jenkinson Freight
  • Mark Tierney, CrabTree Capital
  • Laurence O’Toole, O’Toole Transport Ltd
  • John O’Loughlin, PwC

 

 

Panel Chair - Jim Power, Economist
13:05

Conclusion - summary

Jim Power
13:10 - 13:15

Photocall to launch ‘Farmed in the EU’, a seafood educational campaign on Ireland’s aquaculture industry