Wednesday June 3, 2020

Thinking global holds the key for Irish SMEs

Focus On SMEs: Growth & Exporting: A range of government and private initiatives are supporting the growth of Irish SMEs by encouraging internationalisation and expansion in overseas markets.

21st June, 2015
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Simon McKeever, of the Irish Exporters Association

“With total exports exceeding €18.6 billion in 2014, Enterprise Ireland’s clients exported more last year than at any time in the history of the state,” said Enda McDonnell, manager of the potential exporters division at Enterprise Ireland (EI).

“These exporting companies created 19,705 new jobs last year. The direct impact that increasing exports has on job creation in Ireland has never had greater importance.”

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