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Dublin Airport Central and DCU Brexit Institute join forces

Written by Robert McHugh, on 10th Jan 2019. Posted in General

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DCU Brexit Institute and Dublin Airport Central have today announced a partnership deal which will see the airport's new and expanding commercial quarter sponsor the Institute.

Dublin Airport Central joins Arthur Cox, AIB and Grant Thornton as an official sponsor of the Institute and the announcement comes ahead of the forthcoming House of Commons vote on Brexit.

It is hoped Dublin Airport Central will be ideally situated for firms operating on an international basis, with international and national connectivity linking it to a host of European, North American and Asian destinations. Located less than 100m from Terminal 2, Dublin Airport Central has growth opportunities for blue chip companies within a unique location which blends a mix of business and social amenities.

Speaking this week, Head of Dublin Airport Central, Brian Coppinger said, "Dublin Airport Central is delighted to partner with the DCU Brexit Institute. This is a timely and fitting partnership, and we look forward to working closely with the Institute. Dublin Airport Central is an ideal landing space for firms relocating to Ireland from the UK due to Brexit." 

He added, "We view this partnership a key link helping us to forge relationships and associations with businesses, organisations and other key stakeholders affected by this political change which will have a major impact on the current and future business environment."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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