Irish exporters go for the Gulf

Irish lighting, food and beauty products have found ready buyers in the Middle East as many seek new markets for life after Brexit

11th February, 2018
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Kira and Mark Walton of Sligo-based beauty products company Voya

Can the Middle East become the new Britain for Irish exporters? A number of growing Irish businesses believe it can and are now actively targeting the region as part of their post-Brexit diversification and expansion strategies.

From organic skincare products to bespoke lighting, there has been an uptick in the number of Irish businesses securing deals in the area as companies seek to insulate their operations from Brexit.

Mullan Lighting, the Co Monaghan company run...

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