Irish business ‘should look to Austria’ as trade value increases

Ireland’s businesspeople have been encouraged to look to Austria as a potential source of growth, as Irish trade with Austria was up 13.8pc last year, to €1.49bn. SHARE About 2,000 Austrian companies do business with Ireland on a regular basis, and Advantage Austria Dublin – the Irish branch of the Austrian trade promotion group – Read more about Irish business ‘should look to Austria’ as trade value increases[…]

Irish food businesses ‘hit hard’ by EU-Russia sanctions war

The ongoing tensions between the European Union and Russia over the crisis in Ukraine are creating obstacles for Irish exporters to Russia, according to the Ireland Russia Business Association (IRBA). IRBA, the non-profit which promotes trade links between the two countries, hosted an event with Gerard MacCarthy, Enterprise Ireland’s Russia director at the Irish embassy Read more about Irish food businesses ‘hit hard’ by EU-Russia sanctions war[…]

Ireland moves to top of European exporters confidence league table (16/09/2014)

Independent.ie, Published: 16/09/2014 IRELAND has moved to the top position of European exporters in terms of confidence, a new report shows. Confidence among Irish firms is up two points to 119 in the second quarter of the year, the HSBC’s Trade Confidence Index shows based on growth in key markets. It was boosted by a Read more about Ireland moves to top of European exporters confidence league table (16/09/2014)[…]

Tech firms dominate Ireland’s league of top exporters (04/09/2014)

Independent.ie, Published: 04/05/2014 Google has regained the position as Ireland’s top exporter, nudging out competition from other multinationals including Microsoft and Dell. The Irish Exporters’ Association (IEA) issued the league table in association with Investec. It said that Google Ireland saw its export turnover increase 36pc to €17bn last year. The figure is so big Read more about Tech firms dominate Ireland’s league of top exporters (04/09/2014)[…]