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Presidion contributing to the Government plans on Brexit

As part of Government’s ongoing consultation work on Brexit, a series of dialogues with civic society are taking place.

The second Plenary session of the All-Island Civic Dialogue will be held in Dublin Castle on Friday, 17 February, chaired by the Taoiseach and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade. This Plenary session will build on the fourteen All-Island sectoral dialogues which will have taken place since the first session. Presidion Founder, Cathy McGennis, is delighted to be involved in this process, providing input from the point of view of an Irish Business with a significant UK client base.

The main output from the Civic Dialogue process will be a report which will be used to help inform the Government’s position on issues related to the UK’s exit negotiations.

Cathy McGennis in discussion with Aengus Cox {RTE} and Anne Lanigan {Enterprise Ireland} on the effects of Brexit on business in Ireland ahead of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Friday 17th February