Enterprise Ireland has commenced its ‘Enter the Eurozone’ programme to help Irish exporters not trading into the EU to get exporting.
Developing a market entry plan and targeting that first significant contract win in a Eurozone market are the key aims of twenty Irish businesses taking part in Enterprise Ireland’s intensive ‘Enter the Eurozone’ programme which kicked off at the Aviva today (7 October 2019).
With a population of 340 million, the Eurozone offers significant and untapped opportunities for Irish companies.
As Brexit uncertainty continues, exporting companies are seeking to diversify into new markets.
‘Enter the Eurozone’ aims to open Europe’s doors to ambitious Irish exporters who currently have no significant presence in a Eurozone market.
Delivered in partnership with the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), Berlin, this five-phase intensive programme will also give each company access to key industry experts who will act as business advisors, led by Galway-based IMS Marketing which will support each company to build a European market entry plan.
Pictured at the start of phase one of ‘Enter the Eurozone’, (left to right): Keelin Fagan, head of Client Learning & Development, Enterprise Ireland; Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland; and Anne Lanigan, regional director, Eurozone, Enterprise Ireland
Written by John Kennedy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published: 7 October, 2019