Thursday, 30th November 2017
10:30am - 12:30pm
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin
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Brexit Ireland Workshop
On Thursday 30th November James Wilson, Research Analyst at Mintel will hold a workshop on Brexit Ireland report.
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Earlier in the morning, in the same venue Richard Cope of Mintel will teach us of the trends we are set to experience in 2018. More information available here.
Date: Thursday 30th November 2017
Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm
Location: The Fitzwilliam Hotel
Member Rate: €30 - Non-Member Rate: €50
Brexit …what does the future hold for Ireland?
What we'll cover
2) Key findings from the recently published Mintel 'Brexit Ireland' report
3) Group Discussion: with Task: to identify key 'Criteria' for Ireland with Brexit front of mind
4) Detailed Consumer data taken from the Brexit Ireland report - provide an overview of key findings from the consumer section from the report
5) Explore 'Impact' of Brexit based on your top 3 criteria (as identified earlier in the session) and suggest possible solutions to tackling them
6) Round up, key take aways and conclusion
Brexit in the news: a timeline of key dates and the journey so far.
What does Brexit mean for Ireland concerning Trade?
What are the impacts?
-Imports and exports from Ireland to EU, GB, China and the USA.
-Food and tourism have already been affected.
Attendees to assess the potential impact of Brexit on their industry/sector – Highlight 3 key areas.
- Presentation of data on ‘Consumer Attitudes towards Brexit’.
- Overview of consumers ‘financial health’ in light of Brexit.
- Evaluation of the rate of inflation and its impact on consumer attitudes.
-Attendees to discuss what BREXIT means for their clients/customers perspectives – drawbacks and opportunities. Is action required? Highlight 3 key areas.
- Showcase of data extracted from the Mintel Brexit report including employment opportunities and an upside for Financial Services.
Key findings with a conclusion of ‘key take away’ points.
As a research analyst with Mintel, James researches and writes in the retail, technology and leisure sectors for Mintel’s Irish series of reports. His specialist areas include all things technology with a focus on social media and consumer shopping habits. He has featured in radio interviews and national publications such as The Times. James holds a BA (Hons) and a MSc in Marketing.