From 16 – 19 October 2018, the annual International Markets Week conference will be held in Dublin. Over 400 Irish companies will attend a series of one-to-one meetings with experienced Market Advisers from our global network of 33 offices, covering over 100 different countries.

Representatives from Enterprise Ireland’s Australian and New Zealand office will be travelling to Dublin and available to meet with any clients to discuss their plans for the region and offer advice and assistance. Priority sectors for the Australian and New Zealand markets include solutions across Fintech, Telco, Construction, Engineering, Digital Tech, HR and Ed Tech, Sports Tech, Digital Health, Agriculture, Equine, Consumer and Travel Tech.

The key objective of International Markets Week is to help Irish companies increase global export sales and Identify new international export opportunities. It is a practical initiative which gives Irish companies the opportunity to discuss and explore their international growth strategies with Enterprise Ireland’s team of overseas market specialists. With 1500 meetings taking place over the three days the objective is to help Irish companies break into new export markets, expand their sales in existing markets and receive advice on how to improve their global reach and scale.

The range of companies participating covers all sectors and includes companies with extensive overseas operations as well as small enterprises exporting for the first time.

If you are interested in exporting and growing a presence in Australia or New Zealand, register now to meet with Enterprise Ireland. Australia and New Zealand remain a favored destination for Irish investment, with stable and growing economies, excellent business climates and close cultural links.

Enterprise Ireland also assists Australian businesses access innovative Irish supply chains, whose offerings can contribute to the delivery and development of world class products and services.

For further information:

Contact our Team or Register now


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