Turkey Offers Significant Opportunities For Irish Companies

Ged Nash TD, Irish Minister of State for Business and Employment concluded a 4 day Enterprise Ireland trade mission in Ankara and Istanbul in Turkey last week.

During which new business was secured and business partnerships and contacts developed, underlining the growing opportunities for Irish companies in the developing Turkish market.

Organised in cooperation with the Irish Embassy in Ankara, the trade mission visited Ankara and Istanbul and involved 30 Irish companies focused on breaking into the Turkish market, or strengthening existing business relationships with Turkish companies.

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