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.
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IoD Ireland CEO, Maura Quinn, features in ‘Building a Powerhouse Board’, the title of the latest episode in the Joe.ie business video podcast.
Ireland’s politicians and business leaders alike will need to be “mindful” of our future relationships with the UK and the EU during the upcoming trade negotiations following so-called Brexit Day today.
‘Brexit Day’ countdown sees Irish business leaders focused on disparate EU and UK relationships – IoD survey
Nearly double the number of business directors believe Ireland’s status in a post-Brexit EU will be enhanced than diminished, and an overwhelming majority believes Ireland needs to actively address improving relations with the UK after the latter leaves the EU on Friday, 31st January, so-called ‘Brexit Day’. These are the key findings of the IoD’s latest quarterly Director Sentiment Monitor published today.