Clonmel Chamber will welcome representatives from the German embassy and the German Irish Chamber of Commerce for the next event in the ‘Doing Business In...’ series on April 5th at the Clonmel Campus of the Tipperary Institute at 6.15pm.
The event will highlight opportunities for Irish companies in the German economy. Irish exports to Germany increased by 42% in 2010 (Irish Times, Wednesday, January 5th).
Germany imported €1.120 trillion worth of goods in 2010 –making it the biggest importer in the EU.
Speakers at the event will explain how local companies can access the German market, how they can establish trading partnerships with German companies and what goods and services are in demand at present.
This event offers Irish companies an insight into the largest European economy. It will also enable attendees to meet with specialists who will be able to guide them through the process of entering the German market.
Germany is also an export economy and our experts will also be in a position to advise those seeking to import into Ireland.
Clonmel Chamber hosts the ‘Doing Business In’ series to explore new opportunities for local businesses. Previous events have highlighted opportunities in Canada and Brazil.
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