24th November 2016
Pat Breen T.D. Minister for Employment and Small Business will lead an Enterprise Ireland trade visit to Warsaw, Poland today (24th November 2016).
The aim of the trade visit is to enable Irish suppliers to make new high-level business contacts in Poland’s ICT, Services, Retail and Engineering Solutions sectors. In 2015, Enterprise Ireland clients generated €247M of exports to Poland, up from €243m in 2014 representing growth of 2%.
Minister Breen will address a trade dinner attended by 65 companies - many of whom are Polish business partners and potential customers for Enterprise Ireland clients – to deliver the message that Ireland is open for business and wants to work with Polish companies.
The Minister will visit the Polish manufacturing facility of JFC, a company based in Tuam Co. Galway, which designs and manufactures plastic products for the agriculture, construction/civils, aquaculture & marine and material handling.
On Friday morning (25th November) Minister Breen will meet with members of the Global Irish Network in Poland at a breakfast hosted by Gerard Keown the Irish Ambassador to Poland. He will receive first hand, an update from Irish market participants on the challenges and opportunities in doing business with Poland.
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