Key to surviving Brexit is to adapt, says chartered accountant

The most important way businesses in the North West can be prepared for Brexit is to be ready to adapt.

That’s according to Brian Keegan, Director of Public Policy and Taxation with Chartered Accountants Ireland who spoke at a special talk on Brexit in Markree Castle in Collooney last night.

He was one of two speakers along with Eva Dearie, the Wild Atlantic Way Business Manager with Failte Ireland who also spoke at the event.

Mr. Keegan says it’s only in the three to four months that businesses have really become aware of the potential impacts.

Mr. Keegan says that there was an appetite last night for more information on how they can prepare.

He says being ready to adapt is key: