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Attracting a business to Ireland means delivering an elevator pitch that is clear, concise and time-sensitive
When sitting face to face with a decision-maker who may bring his or her business to our shores, the pitch must be perfect, to the point, clear and concise.
Whether it’s in a boardroom in Boston, Silicon Valley or London, there’s one guiding principle – time is a most valued commodity and so for those representing Ireland Gateway to Europe (IGTE) abroad, the elevator pitch must be pitch perfect. And it always is....
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