Act now - advice and support worth £2000/€2250
Are you a business looking to navigate your way through Brexit and are unsure what to do next? InterTradeIreland offers 100% financial support up to £2000/€2250 (inclusive of VAT) towards professional advice in relation to Brexit matters. This support can help your business get advice on specific issues such as movement of labour, goods, services and currency management.
1. Are you eligible?
To qualify for financial support your business must:
- Be located on the island of Ireland (North or South)
- Trade across the border (NI/ROI)
- Employ less than 250 employees
- Have an annual turnover of less than €50m (sterling equivalent)
- Have a satisfactory trading history (we reserve the rights to request submission of financial accounts)
Note: There are certain exclusions in line with specific State Aid guidelines, such as primary agriculture – please contact the Brexit Team at InterTradeIreland for further information.
The voucher is provided under the European Commission Regulation on De Minimis Aid or if applicable in accordance with Minimal Financial Assistance as detailed in the UK Subsidy Control Bill. The business must provide InterTradeIreland with details of all other De Minimis aid received in the last 3 years and if applicable the amounts of any subsidies received under Article 364(4) Minimal Financial Assistance of the subsidy control chapter of the TCA in the current and 2 previous accounting years. It should be noted that a false declaration by a business resulting in the threshold of €200,000 being exceeded (or £315,000 Minimal Financial Assistance) could later give rise to the aid being recovered with interest.
2. Apply now
Complete the application form below.
3. Getting started
What happens next?
What happens next?
InterTradeIreland will inform you of the assessment panel decision within 10 working days.
If approved for the support you will have 1 month to choose a Service Provider from our approved panel and submit a completed Terms of Reference. Full details will be provided by email.
Failure to comply with these timeframes means your application may lapse and you may need to reapply.
If however, your application is unsuccessful, you may appeal the assessment panel decision. The appeal should be submitted to InterTradeIreland by email within ten working days of notification of the original panel decision. In your appeal, you must directly address the reasons why your application was rejected and provide the information requested on any other issues identified by the assessment panel. The appeal will be considered at the next scheduled assessment panel meeting and you will be notified by email of the final decision within five working days of the assessment meeting.