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Covid-19 : Helpful Resources

Dear Member,

All the team at NetworkIrlande send you our best wishes at this difficult time. Our physical events may be postponed for the moment and we realise that many of you are incredibly preoccupied with managing your business activities through the current crisis. Consequently, we would like to bring to your attention some great resources from your fellow members that address many of the issues you, as business people, have to cope with under these unprecedented circumstances. Follow the hyperlinks below to access the relevant resources directly.

We will be regularly updating this list on our website and, as always, sharing all information on social media, so do make sure you are following us on LinkedIn and Twitter if this is not already the case. 

 

Grant Thornton have put together a very comprehensive set of resources on their website both for France and for Ireland . These address the effects of the current emergency situation covering topics from tax to payment delays to business and digital risk and much more.

 

The analysis EY share on their LinkedIn page is truly edifying and they conduct regular free webinars sharing their expert advice on what your business can implement to help withstand the current crisis.

 

 

Expert and timely financial planning tips from Davy here .

Here Cheuvreux cover Covid-19 implications on issues such as 'non-paiement des loyers commerciaux', 'l'impact sur les contrats de l'immobilier', 'règles de passation', 'droit social'….

 

IDA are sharing relevant, comprehensive information and advice on Covid-19 via a dedicated space on their website : https://www.idaireland.com/how-we-help/covid19-support-and-updates

 

http://www.bordbia.ie/covid contains a range of resources that companies in the food and drink industry can access and they have developed a podcast series providing information, insights and analysis on areas of critical importance in the food and drink industry during Covid-19, access here.

 

Denjean et Associés answer Covid-19 related tax questions on their blog here.

 

Find a great tutorial here from Thomas Bidou over at FPExpert on how to fill in your request for partial activity, step by step.

 

Hubert Levesque, General Manager at Bold Executives, shares his HR insights on successful recruitment via video conferencing here.

Enterprise Ireland has a number of supports available to help businesses mitigate the impact of Covid-19 . Their Covid-19 business response plan can be downloaded here Enterprise Ireland's new Market Watch series reports on business across Europe – still moving, just slower. You can also sign up for their newsletter which is full of great resources here .

 

PwC are producing a series of podcasts providing essential insights as we navigate the business challenges that COVID-19 presents. Find the first podcast in the series here and follow them on LinkedIn to keep up to date with the series.

 

 

For detail on the French government measures to provide business assistance during the current crisis please refer to www.economie.gouv.fr/coronavirus-soutien-entreprises

 

For detail on the Irish government measures to provide business assistance during the current crisis please refer to  https://dbei.gov.ie as well as the IDA page cited above.

 

Note that the Embassy of Ireland in France continues to operate remotely and can be contacted at +33 1 44 17 67 00. You may also follow all updates and announcements from the Embassy on their LinkedIn and Twitter pages.

 

Finally, our friends at Irish In France have also put together a great list of resources, both informative, cultural and fun, to help us all through this confinement period. It can be found on their website here.

 

We hope some of these resources may be useful to you and look forward to receiving your feedback at admin@networkirlande.com. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your news, questions and suggestions.

 

Warmest regards,

Your NetworkIrlande Team

 




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