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INVITATION: World Trade Center Savannah’s Business and Trade Delegation to Georgia USA

Every year World Trade Center Savannah, in partnership with Georgia Power, welcomes an international business delegation to the Coastal Georgia Region during the Savannah Music Festival. By working with our partners to showcase the region, our intention is to further develop trade opportunities, increase foreign-direct investment and help our regional businesses expand internationally. We are looking Read more about INVITATION: World Trade Center Savannah’s Business and Trade Delegation to Georgia USA[…]

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Brexit – Opportunity or Headache for Ireland?

On the 23rd of June, 2016, the United Kingdom shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. Journalists across the world have been arguing over the fate of the UK, the EU and the world, and more specifically, its effects on Ireland. They are both good and bad.  UK companies are looking to Read more about Brexit – Opportunity or Headache for Ireland?[…]

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The Best Business Events in Ireland this Q4 – Are you Attending?

WTC Dublin would like to demonstrate some of the best business events to attend in Ireland in the coming months. These events cater for all, from businesses taking their first steps to larger companies hoping to improve on their internal processes. Start-ups & Small businesses InterTrade Ireland -Funding for Growth Workshop Dublin Fledging SMEs/Entrepreneurs  When: Read more about The Best Business Events in Ireland this Q4 – Are you Attending?[…]

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Chinese Dragon hungry for some Irish Beef

China and Ireland have had a great relationship in recent decades. Every year more and more legislation is passed in order to encourage trade and cooperation between the two. This infographic tells the bigger picture:                                         Read more about Chinese Dragon hungry for some Irish Beef[…]

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Brexit: What Irish Businesses Need to Know

Tomorrow, on June 23rd, U.K. voters will go to the polls to decide one of the mostimportant questions to face their country in living memory: Should it remain in the European Union? If the “leave” campaign wins, any number of scenarios could play out. The government could push for association with the EEA (European Economic Area) Read more about Brexit: What Irish Businesses Need to Know[…]

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Importing to Ireland

Why importing to Ireland?   “Ireland is expected to be among the fastest-growing economies in the OECD this year and the next” – reported Michael Noonan, current Minister of Finance of Ireland. [1] Ireland’s GPD has expanded by over 5% to 7% in the last two years. The recovery of the country is underway thanks Read more about Importing to Ireland[…]

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Health Food might just have the Shelf Life for Global Impact

Trend or Revolution? Skyr, amaranth, kefir, matcha powder…the names of the “superfood” of the week can leave anyone scratching their head. However, what might seem like a marketing trend of recent times is actually gaining traction for being more of a revolution in global health consciousness. While 99% of readers might have never heard of Read more about Health Food might just have the Shelf Life for Global Impact[…]

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The Emergence of the Irish Dairy Industry: a Success Story or a False Hope?

Ireland has long-known been a hotspot for certain key industries, such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and computer hardware & software. But as we inch closer to closing the second decade of the 21st century, a new industry is beginning a rapid expansion that will place it among the top industries in the Republic: the dairy industry. The Read more about The Emergence of the Irish Dairy Industry: a Success Story or a False Hope?[…]

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Implications of the Irish General Election (So Far)

This article was originally supposed to examine the economic and social implications of the newly elected government in Ireland. But as I will discuss, this has been left uncertain still.. As those who have been paying attention to the2016 Irish General Election over the weekend should know, the result have shown a relatively mixed bag Read more about Implications of the Irish General Election (So Far)[…]

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The Irish General Election – Friend or Foe to Business?

In the most recent leader’s debate held Monday 15th February, Stephen Donnelly of the Social Democrats highlighted that the political establishment did not understand business. Why has business anything to do with politics and governance some might say?  Don’t be surprised to hear – a whole lot! The Outlook Forgetting each parties’ manifestos for a Read more about The Irish General Election – Friend or Foe to Business?[…]