Welcome to IIBN Soundbites, the new section of the IIBN Newsletter that highlights Member News, Awards, Announcements or any other Snippets of information that may be of interest to other members.

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Ecovis Wingrave Yeats – Over the course of the last 9 months we have assisted 50 + Irish companies that trade in the UK but historically have no legal entity set up here. Most questions have been around the tax implications post Brexit of trading in the UK. Initial questions were about the new Customs and VAT implications post 1/1/21 . Now we are seeing the questions develop more to a discussion about what type of presence should an Irish company have here in the UK . For Irish companies with a significant trade presence here in the UK a number of these Irish entities are now considering setting up UK legal entities to further develop their UK trade presence.

At Ecovis we help many international businesses get established and deal with all initial legal , tax , accounting and general commercial questions Irish companies may have. We are always happy to give the benefit of our experience of over 30 years helping overseas businesses avoid the silly mistakes that can be made without seeking the right advice.

 

Wolf Academy just released a new video outlining why they believe the Department of Education should introduce the concept of a ‘Living Cert’ in secondary schools. You can check it out here: https://fb.watch/5DlrQInGqw/

 

Timeless Irish Treasures roots date back to 1923 to the oldest Irish Import shop in the US.  They have launched a new website www.timelessirishtreasures.com with a large selection of exclusively designed fashion jewelry, sterling silver, stainless steel and enamel jewelry, as well as accessories, clothing and giftware with Irish and Celtic motifs. Consumers and resellers are welcome.

 

Expat Taxes, an Irish based expatriate tax consultancy practice is proud to announce it is growing.  “We are delighted to welcome Bryan Wickham to our team. Bryan is a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Ireland and has many years experience as a result living and working abroad as an expat himself. He is well placed to assist the team as they support expats and their employers by providing Irish tax advice and planning strategies to clients based across the world.”  E:info@expattaxes.ie

 

Yala has brought a new recruitment service to the market to help SME’s in Ireland who do not have a talent acquisition team or an internal recruiter called Rent-A-Recruiter. “It’s a ‘white label’ service where we act as their in-house recruitment team.  We are currently supporting companies across multiple sectors Technology, Finance, Life Sciences, Logistics, Retail, Engineering, Construction and Hospitality.”  According to Co- Founder, Barry Prost: “Working on monthly subscription basis – the model is built around delivering value to the employer so it is cheaper than hiring an internal recruiter or paying traditional recruitment agency fees whether you are hiring 1 or 50 employees”.

 

Junior Einsteins Science Club  are thrilled to be able  to run STEM summer camps this summer in Dublin, N. Wicklow , Louth, Kildare , Meath & Westmeath and are planning our big UK franchise launch party in North West London!  “All of our amazing franchises in Ireland & UK have survived the pandemic and are now beginning to thrive again doing school events, school tours, science parties and summer camps !”

 

Irish Business Builders is show about great Irish businesses, and the people who built them.  Hosted by Conor Kearney from Jetbooks.ie

Stay tuned for weekly conversations with an eclectic selection of guests covering their challenges, triumphs, inspirations and more.

Podcast Link Here :

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/irish-business-builders/id1519747912

 

Eoin Moynihan has been appointed as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators!

Leman Solicitors are hosting a Blockchain Ireland Week event on Tuesday 25th May.  “Any attendees are welcome to join us for an informative webinar on ‘Blockchain for Lawyers – The Future of Real Estate Transactions’, hosted by John Hogan, Head of Real Estate, Leman Solicitors.

Speakers include John Fahy (CEO Transact.ie) Gavin Fitzgerald (Snr Associate, Leman Solicitors) Breige Tinnelly (Solicitor, Recent CEO of Securitise and Blockchain Consultant with Tutum Capital) and David Lyons (Chairman of FIBREE Ireland and Real Estate Surveyor) and will include a Q&A session.

This is a free CPD event and attendees can register here: https://www.blockchainireland.ie/events/blockchain-for-lawyers-the-future-of-real-estate-transactions/

 

Bloomsday June 16th – Northampton UK

At the grave of Lucia Anna Joyce Kingsthorpe Cemetery , Northampton NN2 8LU, at 7pm Outdoor and socially distant event , bring a deck chair. If you Wish to participate contact ‘Joyce the Lad’ , Gerry email fmolumby@aol.com

 

The Friends of Aisling (Aisling Return to Ireland Charity  http://aisling.org.uk/) are having a fundraising race evening at Windsor Racecourse. It will take place on Tuesday Evening, September 7th  2021.  For information about table availability and sponsorship opportunities please email – Mary Leyne mary.leyne@aisling.org.uk