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Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism: A Post-Brexit Vision to 2020

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce

Thursday, 29 June 2017 from 08:00 to 11:30 (IST)

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Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism:  A Post-Brexit Vision to 2020

 

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism Committee has organised a mini seminar entitled ‘Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism:  A Post-Brexit Vision to 2020’ on Thursday 29 June at 8am in the ​Ailesbury​ Suite of the InterContinental Hotel​, Dublin 4. This event is kindly sponsored by Eversheds Sutherland.

 

This event will allow speakers and attendees the opportunity to converse and address the key concerns and potential opportunities that will arise for the Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism sectors as a consequence of Brexit. Although each sector is unique in its own right three key themes transcend each of them notably – Competitiveness, Connectivity and Opportunity’. The purpose of this seminar will be to draw out of the view and opinions of stakeholders within these sectors with analysis from leading experts.

 

There will be two overarching keynote presentations on Competitiveness and Connectivity, each followed by a Panel discussion, ample time will be made available to all guests to allow for interaction between all participants.

 

Panel 1

Panel 1 will address the impact on ‘Competitiveness’ topics addressed within this panel will include but not exclusive to the Travel tax, the reduced VAT rate, Infrastructure and resources for the sectors.

 

Panel 2

Panel 2 will look at the consequences for ‘Connectivity’ between the UK and Ireland – topics addressed within this panel will include – the Common Travel Area, the UK – Ireland visa schemes, All-island sporting and cultural events and synergies between the UK and Ireland across the CAST sector.    

Opportunity will be a running theme throughout these panels.

 

Due to expected high demand to attend this event and that it carries no charge, the Chamber recommends you register early to secure your place.

 

Should you have any queries regarding this event please contact our Events Manager Alison Cotter alison.cotter@britishirishchamber.com

Do you have questions about Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism: A Post-Brexit Vision to 2020? Contact The British Irish Chamber of Commerce

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InterContinental Hotel
Ballsbridge
Dublin 4

Ireland

Thursday, 29 June 2017 from 08:00 to 11:30 (IST)


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The British Irish Chamber of Commerce

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce is the leading business group serving the interests of businesses with interests in Britain and Ireland.

Every week, over €1 billion of trade is conducted between our two islands. This trade sustains over 400,000 jobs directly, and many more indirectly.

The Chamber’s member businesses employ almost 2 million people globally and we look for every opportunity to help them grow in a pro-business, pro-employment and pro-community environment.

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