Food, Drink, Agri-business & Bloodstock 

 Irish Farmers Journal / KPMG Agribusiness Report 2015

Ireland’s agri sector is worth billions to our economy and provides thousands of jobs. It’s a sector with huge further potential in terms of adding value and export growth.

 

We’re delighted to partner with Irish Farmers Journal to bring you the third annual IFJ/KPMG Agribusiness Report launched at Dublin’s RDS on Tuesday 19 May 2015. 

 

Our report is assessing the key issues and opportunities for Irish agribusiness with particular perspectives on how technology will impact consumption patterns and the growth of the world’s middle classes in emerging markets and the implications for the agri sector.

 

Click here to view the webcast from the Irish Farmers Journal/KPMG Breakfast Briefing which took place in Dublin on 19  May 2015.

 

Food, Drink, Agri-business & Bloodstock

Ireland’s food, drink, agri-business & bloodstock sectors are entering a period of growth which presents exciting opportunities, as well as challenges. These challenges include: obtaining finance, M&A, developing international markets, taxation, corporate governance and compliance.

Food, Drink, Agri-business & Bloodstock

In bloodstock, the protection and further development of one of our most successful industries in the face of intense overseas competition is a core challenge. We work with many of Ireland’s leading stud farms and other equestrian-related companies, helping them manage their key business issues.

How KPMG can help

    KPMG’s Food, Drink, Agri-business & Bloodstock group can help you improve the efficiency and profitability of your business through our range of audit, tax and advisory services.

     

    • Obtaining finance through debt or equity financing structures
    • Obtaining R&D funding from government bodies and maximising R&D tax credit opportunities
    • Acquisition and transaction support in Ireland or internationally 
    • Designing efficient global tax structures for corporate and individuals
    • Assistance in entering new international markets through our Global Firm relationships, including assistance in partnering with international investors
    • Advice on control and governance structures for all business sizes
    • Cost management and control 
    • Mentoring and support for growing businesses
    • Executive recruitment and relocation of key staff internationally
    • Audit services in Ireland and internationally
    • Issues arising from climate change regulations, carbon trading and food miles
    • Valuation of brands on a local and international basis
    • Compliance with laws and regulations in Ireland and internationally
    • IT advisory services to assist in assessing effectiveness of IT systems and controls

Submit a Request for Proposal

We can assist with the issues your business is facing and provide the services you require.

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Agribusiness Report 2015