74% of Irish business leaders don’t believe EU-UK trade deal achievable in 2020 as post-Brexit trade talks resume
Today IoD Ireland launches Brexit-related results from the latest quarterly Director Sentiment Monitor survey for Q1 2020. The findings include, that 74% of business leaders do not believe that the EU and UK can achieve a trade deal by the December 2020 deadline, while 87% of business leaders believe that Brexit’s impact on the Irish economy will be negative in the short-term.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) in Ireland is delighted to publish its list of recently qualified Chartered Directors. As part of this qualification, newly qualified Directors may also use the designation CDir after their name.
A new dedicated ‘COVID-19 Resources and Guidance’ hub has been created for the exclusive use of its members by the Institute of Directors in Ireland. The hub will provide timely expertise, resource documents and newly commissioned content that has been made exclusively available to members. It can be accessed directly through the Members’ Area of the website and new content will be promoted weekly with members through our ezines
The challenges faced by Ireland, its business leaders, their organisations and the wider economy by the COVID-19 pandemic are revealed by the stark findings of IoD Ireland’s latest quarterly Director Sentiment Monitor, for Q1 2020.
As a precaution, the IoD Ireland office at Europa House, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 is now closed due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. However, staff will be working during the period of closure. Please note that during this time, the office phone number will not be answered. However, you can continue to contact all...