Irish SMES: Exporting is key to thriving in a modern global market
Intensifying the trade mission schedule is just one way Enterprise Ireland is helping Irish businesses to become international players
Since Britain voted to leave the EU, Enterprise Ireland has been advocating that as a business community in a small open economy, we must export more as part of our response.
That means finding new opportunities to sell our goods and services in international markets. To do this, our companies must maintain a relentless focus on innovation, competitiveness, skills and leadership capability.
Ireland has developed a powerful base of world-class exporting companies focused on innovation...
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