The Economic Development section of Wexford County Council are hosting a breakfast meeting on Tuesday, February 24th 2015 at 8.30am in County Hall, Carricklawn, Wexford where Wexford companies will discuss their experiences in exporting to Asia.
China is the world’s second largest economy and the most populous country in the world. With a population of over 1.35 billion, the sheer scale of the potential consumer market in China offers enormous opportunities for Irish companies. Yet China is only one country of interest to Irish companies in Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore are all vast countries with huge consumer markets in their own right.
The Economic Development section of Wexford County Council are hosting the third in their series of breakfast meetings focused on Wexford based exporting companies supporting other County Wexford companies interested in exporting. The meeting will be held on Tuesday the 24th February at 8.30am in County Hall, Carricklawn, Wexford. Raymond Crosbie from Clearstream Technologies will give an insight into their experiences in the Asian market and Damien Roche from Roche Freight will share his companies’ international experiences.
Some comments from previous sessions…..
|‘Excellent networking opportunity and important to maintain group and nurture relationships’|
|‘It’s great to see initiatives like this. Well done and thank you.’|
|‘Well done…a worthwhile endeavour’|
|‘Very insightful. Looking forward to the next event’.|
|‘Great to get Wexford business around the table and share information and knowledge’.|
Numbers are limited so please book by Monday, 16th February to ensure your place.
Contact Edwina Colfer at 053-9196555 or email Edwina.email@example.com
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