Small firms aiming to shine on US stage

Twelve small Irish businesses travelled to America this weekend to showcase their products and secure export sales in a bid to target the Irish-American gifts and craft market.

16th April, 2011

Twelve small Irish businesses travelled to America this weekend to showcase their products and secure export sales in a bid to target the Irish-American gifts and craft market.

The businesses will meet influential buyers and industry leaders at the annual Ireland Show, which began yesterday and runs until Tuesday in Secaucus, New Jersey.

The initiative, organised by the Tipperary North and Fingal County Enterprise Boards, is expected to generate over €1 million worth of new...

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