Saturday September 19, 2020

IDA investing in the midlands

22nd May, 2016
Paul Veale, IDA regional business development manager for the midlands region, with jobs minister Mary Mitchell OConnor at the two-day Trade and Investment Mission, organised by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland as part of their joint Global Sourcing initiative

Athlone was one of the venues – the others being Limerick and Sligo – for a two-day trade and investment mission organised by Enterprise Ireland (EI) and IDA Ireland last week. The event was part of their joint Global Sourcing initiative which aims to maximise sales opportunities for Irish SMEs with multinational companies (MNCs) based in Ireland.

“We are working closely with EI to create further synergies between the IDA and Enterprise Ireland client bases,”...

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