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The Social and Economic Impact of Brexit on Britain’s European neighbours

On Thursday 18 May 2017, Ambassador Hanney has to honour to speak at an event co-organised by the Vienna Irish Business Network and the WU (Wirtschaftsuniversität) Executive Academy. 

The Social and Economic Impact of Brexit on Britain’s European neighbours

On Thursday 18 May 2017, Ambassador Hanney has to honour to speak at an event co-organised by the Vienna Irish Business Network and the WU (Wirtschaftsuniversität) Executive Academy. The event will focus on the impact of Brexit on the UK’s European neighbours. Ambassador Hanney will give a presentation on the effect of Brexit on Ireland, while Vladimir Vano, Chief Economist of Sberbank, will give a perspective from the Central European perspective.

The event will take place at the WU Executive Academy Building on the WU campus. It will be followed by light refreshments and ample opportunity to network with IBN colleagues and Executive Academy Members. Register for the event.

Places are limited so please register immediately.

Download booklet

A booklet detailing Ireland’s Brexit Priorities can be downloaded from the Department of Finance website.