Ventac Embarks on Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission

Back row: Minister Dara Calleary, Ventac Business Develoment Manager for Czech Republic Tomas Mrkvica, Enterprise Ireland Executive Director Kevin Sherry
Front row: Ventac Managing Director Darren Fortune, Sales and Export Manager for Egoe Petr Doležal, Ventac Marketing Manager Louise Donnelly

Ventac, a leading provider of innovative noise control solutions, is pleased to announce its participation in a trade mission to Prague, Czech Republic, on May 17, 2023. The objective of this mission, organised by Enterprise Ireland, was for four Irish companies to demonstrate their cooperation with Czech business partners at an agreement ceremony in the presence of Minister Dara Calleary, Ambassador Cliona Manahan and Enterprise Ireland officials, and to later network with 22 Irish companies at a celebratory dinner inaugurated by the Minister and Ambassador. Ventac’s goal as one of the four businesses involved on this trade mission was to demonstrate their continued strategic partnership with Egoé – a prominent Czech company specializing in environmental technologies.

This trade mission marked another exciting step forward for Ventac as the company explores new opportunities in the Czech market. By further collaborating with Egoé, Ventac aims to leverage its expertise in noise control solutions to contribute to Egoé‘s ongoing initiatives. The collaboration between Ventac and Egoé is expected to drive innovation and create a lasting impact in the field of noise reduction and environmental sustainability. 

Egoé Sales and Export Manager Petr Doležal says: “Silence is necessary for an enriched life. Homes are an oasis in a person’s fast-paced, busy schedule, but total comfort is impossible without proper noise control. Therefore, Egoé are very enthusiastic about our work with Ventac to implement their acoustic solutions into our domestic project – Ulita – wherein we create affordable small homes focused on style, sustainability and comfort.”

Ventac Managing Director Darren Fortune addressing fellow company directors, HE Cliona Manahan, Ambassador of Ireland Minister Calleary and Enterprise Ireland officials.

Ventac’s Managing Director Darren Fortune stated: “The partnership between Ventac and Egoé demonstrates the strengths and commitments of both companies in delivering cutting-edge solutions to global challenges. This collaboration highlights Ireland and Czech Republic’s commitment to fostering international relationships and driving sustainable innovation across borders.”

“Ventac’s participation in the trade mission reflects its commitment to expanding its global presence and establishing valuable partnerships.”, Mr. Fortune continues. The event, excellently planned by Enterprise Ireland, provided a wonderful platform for Ventac and partnering businesses in Ireland and Czech Republic to network, share knowledge, and explore avenues for collaboration. Through this network of exciting innovative companies, Ventac are poised to make significant advancements in the Czech market.”



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