Your Business: Untapped opportunities in new global markets

Our European partners have already begun to take advantage of the opportunities thrown up by Brexit. Ireland needs to catch up, and quickly, writes Seamus McCann

24th September, 2017

What happened on June 23, 2016 was a momentous wake-up call for Irish businesses and the after-effects will impact for some considerable time to come. For too long, we have relied heavily upon our nearest neighbour for much of our ongoing trade and prosperity.

Our Celtic Tiger distracted us from the increased globalisation happening in the developing economies of the last decades, and unlike our European partners, we failed to fully adapt our market-entry strategies to facilitate...

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