Helping companies to get export-ready

Focus On SMEs: Growth & Exporting: Enterprise Ireland is implementing a strategy that runs to 2016 based on the vision of Irish enterprise as a powerhouse of economic growth and job creation.

21st June, 2015
Enda McDonnell, manager of Enterprise Ireland’s potential exporters division

“We are taking the message of the importance of exporting across the country,” said Enda McDonnell, manager of Enterprise Ireland’s potential exporters division.

Enterprise Ireland is running a programme of Get Ready Export seminars around the country, with a special event scheduled for Limerick on June 25, in collaboration with the Irish Exporters Association

Future Enterprise Ireland Get Ready Export seminars are scheduled in Louth (September 15), Galway (October 6), Waterford (November...

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