Gateway targets US trade opportunities

The Ireland Gateway to Europe trade mission taking place this month will target US companies for investment in Ireland

17th September, 2017
Robert Mac Giolla Phádraig, spokesman for Ireland Gateway to Europe and chief commercial officer at Sigmar Recruitment

US companies looking to Ireland as a base for expansion in European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) markets will be the focus of a trade mission due to take place later this month in San Francisco.

The Ireland Gateway to Europe (IGTE) trade mission will take place over three days from September 25 to 27, featuring contributions from high-ranking Silicon Valley insiders such as Gerald Brady, managing director of Silicon Valley Bank, and Sean Randolph,...

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