'Start-ups should take advantage of trade missions'

Watch out for Enterprise Ireland events that could help your company expand, says Leanna Byrne

19th May, 2017
Enterprise Ireland chief Julie Sinnamon at the launch of its Eurozone Strategy. Pic: RollingNews.ie

On Monday, I headed along to Enterprise Ireland’s Eurozone Market Strategy event. Back-to-back with speeches, charts and graphs, the overall message was positive: Overall sales globally grew by 6 per cent last year to €21.6 billion.

Growth in exports to Britain slowed from 12 per cent in 2015 to 2 per cent last year in companies supported by Enterprise Ireland.

With question marks hanging over trade deals and the introduction of tariffs, the clever option is to...

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