With the departure of the UK from the European Union, many global conference organisers will be curious about the impact of Brexit on MICE activities in Ireland. Although Ireland remains in the EU, we share a land border with Northern Ireland (part of the UK) so there may be some changes and factors to consider.
With this in mind, Meet in Ireland has developed a dedicated new FAQ section on Brexit and Ireland to help answer any queries on the situation. The new Brexit FAQ pages will ensure that those choosing Ireland as a MICE destination have all the information they need to create an amazing experience for all delegates, no matter where they are travelling from or what their requirements are while in Ireland.
The brand new Brexit FAQ section is broken down into three pages, each designed for delegates travelling from the UK, the EU and the rest of the world. Each section answers questions concerning travel in the region, visas, insurance and customs control.
The information is set out clearly and concisely to explain how to plan a multi-centred trip that includes travel into Northern Ireland. It also provides information on any additional requirements for those coming from the UK to Ireland for MICE purposes.
Any information on changes to required documentation such as visas or permits is shown in each section to help those organising a MICE experience to plan accordingly and make sure each of their delegates has a smooth travel experience.
Changes for UK visitors
Ireland and the UK have a common travel area (CTA) agreement in place, meaning there will be little impact on those wishing to come to Ireland from the UK. However, certain things, such as driving licenses and mobile phone roaming charges, may change.
The Great Britain section of the FAQ page addresses all these queries and provides information for MICE organisers and delegates to help them prepare for any changes.
The Brexit FAQ section is a highly informative resource for anyone planning a business visit to Ireland. It takes the guesswork out of planning world-class MICE activities and provides access to up-to-date information on the impact of Brexit on Ireland's tourism industry.
The Meet in Ireland team is always on hand to answer any other questions and assist those planning a conference, meeting, event or incentive programme in Ireland. Now with this added resource, you can quickly find information and eliminate any concerns about the impact of Brexit when you decide to make Ireland your next MICE destination.
Get in touch with the team today and start planning a trip that will live long in the memory of all who attend.