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Ireland’s international trade: the real story

Ireland’s international trade: the real story

🕔11:26, 6.Dec 2012

  Haven’t I been continuously promoting exports, and saying that exports are a wonderful way to increase your client base, that you can get so much help from government agencies, and that I am working to establish links to the

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How and why I’m opening up trade links with the UK and you should, too

How and why I’m opening up trade links with the UK and you should, too

🕔09:02, 7.Nov 2012

    I’m a bit of an evangelist when it comes to exports. After all, who wouldn’t want to take on additional clients?   Or is it the fear holding you back?   The fear that it will be complicated

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How to feel like a multinational when you’re a one-person business

How to feel like a multinational when you’re a one-person business

🕔20:00, 6.Feb 2012

I started my company in September 2010. In September 2011, over half of the turnover of my company was exports-led. How to feel like a multinational How did I manage to do that in such a short time?! I first

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Who are Ireland’s exports partners? Where should we be looking for our exports?

Who are Ireland’s exports partners? Where should we be looking for our exports?

🕔17:17, 10.Oct 2011

  So, if exports are good, and you know how you can start to export, the next question is: where to? This is the last post in the series, in which I explore who our exports partners are and where

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Start exporting, export more, create an exports business – now!

Start exporting, export more, create an exports business – now!

🕔11:01, 6.Oct 2011

  By now  some of you must be thinking “Exports this, exports that… Susan, this is all well and good for people who actually have a business ! SMEs, companies… But all this doesn’t apply to me!” Or maybe you’re thinking

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Are you protected against foreign exchange exposure?

Are you protected against foreign exchange exposure?

🕔23:04, 4.Oct 2011

  As an exporter who operates outside of the Eurozone you receive payments in another currency than that of your own country: your customers pay you in their own currency. And because of this you have to juggle foreign exchange

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The “luck of the Irish”? Really? No, export growth didn’t just fall into our lap

The “luck of the Irish”? Really? No, export growth didn’t just fall into our lap

🕔14:55, 30.Sep 2011

  The “luck of the Irish” is such an overused phrase that it would seem everything we do successfully should be ascribed to luck. But in my opinion we have many successes, among them exports, that are certainly not due

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Making exports as easy as 1-2-3: 3 government agencies you can turn to when you want hassle-free exporting

Making exports as easy as 1-2-3: 3 government agencies you can turn to when you want hassle-free exporting

🕔15:53, 19.Sep 2011

  In the last post we talked about multinationals and all that Ireland and the Irish government do to attract them and make sure they stay. But you might be wondering – that is all very well, but what are we

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Food for thought: three interesting articles about multinationals in Ireland

Food for thought: three interesting articles about multinationals in Ireland

🕔15:18, 14.Sep 2011

  As an addition to my recent post on exports and multinationals, I wanted to draw your attention to some more information…   Are multinationals here to stay?   This article by Ronnie O’Toole  was published in the Irish Independent

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Foreign direct investment and multinationals – Irish exporters or Ireland-based exporters?

Foreign direct investment and multinationals – Irish exporters or Ireland-based exporters?

🕔20:24, 30.Aug 2011

  If you have bookmarked the Irish Exporters’ Association website (as recommended in the first post about Irish exports), you might have browsed through their news and press releases. And you might have noticed this: “Multinational Companies Account for Bulk of

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