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Whether you are a sending a business or a personal package this Christmas, we all know how expensive it can be and also how long it can take, to get to the other side of the world.
Appointing an agent
If your company is not in a financial position to open offices overseas or to build a sales team then hiring an agent can provide an alternative way to increase your export markets. Research tells us that the choice of local partner is the biggest infl
2015 forecast for exporters
Prospects for Irish exports in 2015 have improved largely as a result of the diminishing impact of the patent cliff effect and the continued success of Irish food and agricultural related exports. However, the export sector is struggling on a
“SMEs face different challenges than big, well-resourced companies in tacking the export market. While it is relatively easy to establish personal networks in the domestic market, it may be expensive and difficult for an SME to establish suitable, trustworthy relationships in overseas marke
In a recent column by the Irish Examiner, Kehlan looks at the best countries to export to and why you should be looking at them to grow your business.
Over the past number of years Irish SMEs have learnt the Irish market simply isn’t big enough to rely on for growth.
This article is appeared in The Irish Times, among other places, on Thursday October 30 2014. Irish food exporters are up against it. The Russian ban on EU and others’ foodstuffs over the conflict in Ukraine has had another negative consequence: a scramble with EU neighbours for a
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