The Republic of Ireland is and will remain a part of the European Union; therefore some UK businesses are upping sticks and moving across the pond, with hundreds settling in the Republic’s capital of Dublin.
The Republic of Ireland will be the main English-speaking country with access to the European market after the UK leaves the Union. Ireland will retain access to a European labour force, which the UK might not, and has the added advantage of being part of the Eurozone, negating the need for currency conversions when trading in Europe.
Aidan Scollard, Head of Brexit at Grant Thornton, explains the benefits of doing business in Ireland at our Brexit Resilience event.
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