You can benefit from the knowledge and experience of our dedicated Food and Drink Sector team and Local business advisors who will work to support your business achieve its ambitions. They support staff by providing strong, objective financial and technical analysis of individual cases as necessary.
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As global demand for food continues to grow, Ireland is well positioned to grow Food and Drink exports to €19 billion per annum by 2025 as forecast by to Food Wise 2025. While Brexit may pose short-medium term challenges for some food companies, the outlook for the Irish food and drink sector remains positive. At AIB, we want to be a strategic partner to the Irish Food and drink sector.
With the challenges of Brexit approaching, exporting to new markets can help your business expand and grow. We have a range of supports and finance options available to help you maximise your potential and trade successfully overseas.
In AIB we are actively supporting our customers to prepare for Brexit.
That’s why we are partnering with the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) in the new €300m SBCI Brexit Loan Scheme.
SBCI Brexit Support Loans are available to viable businesses who are Brexit impacted and meet the Scheme criteria which is detailed on the SBCI website.
Finance Your Business Assets
Considering upgrading or buying new equipment? You’ll find at least one of our packages will be a practical and tax-efficient way to get the asset finance you want. Choosing asset finance means your asset works for you while you repay it and alleviate the hefty upfront costs.
Cut your energy costs
Investing in an energy efficiency solution today can reduce your energy bills and create future savings for your business. In some cases, the cost of financing your project is less than the savings you will generate.