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Big ideas for smaller firms as confidence grows

More companies want to access overseas markets

31st January, 2016
Mark O’Mahoney

Chambers Ireland is seeing more and more companies seeking information on how to access markets overseas as business confidence rises.

“Many businesses are now focusing on expansion or innovation and more of the traditionally locally focused businesses are making a move to online trading,” said Mark O’Mahoney, director of policy and communications at Chambers Ireland.

“This willingness to look beyond traditional markets and ways of doing business is a great reflection...

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