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Leanna Byrne: Trump victory throws Irish start-up expansion plans awry

Trump's win means uncertainty for the US expansion of Irish start-ups

11th November, 2016

Back in August, I interviewed five Irish-based companies about their plans for breaking into the US.

From Cocoa Brown’s Marissa Carter chasing a beauty superstore managing director at a conference in Las Vegas to the Clare-based seaweed company Wild Irish Seaweed starting to export to the US little by little, when you’re chasing the American dream there’s always a good story behind it.

Putting it lightly, the Trump victory...

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