Need support to enter USA & Canadian markets?

Dublin Chamber are pleased to be the Irish partner on Ready2Go – a programme designed to help selected SMEs from across Europe to successfully enter the US, Canada and India markets. Successful applicants will take part in training on business culture in the target market, be supported in designing an international business plan and take part in matchmaking events in the desired target market to help build up a network of local contacts - get your applications in at www.b2match.eu/ready2go by 14th April 2017. For queries, email Stephanie@dublinchamber.ie

Momentum Summit: Standing out from the crowd
Momentum is back! Following last year's hugely successful event, we are delighted to announce that our one-day Momentum Summit conference will return to the Aviva Stadium on Friday 19th of May. A fantastic lineup is guaranteed - we'll be announcing details of all the speakers over the coming weeks. Early bird tickets for Chamber members are priced just €30. But that offer will end on Tuesday 14th April. BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW!
Looking for partners abroad? We can help...

If you're looking for partners abroad, contact us today - through the Enterprise Europe Network, Dublin Chamber have 600 partner organisations in 60+ countries who would be happy to help you source suppliers, distributors, manufacturers, partners for JV, franchise, outsourcing or services agreements. We also help with market advice and research. Call or email us today on 01 644 7200 or email international@dublinchamber.ie 

Need an extra resource? Willing to share your skills?

Dublin Chamber can help you source international talent from across the EU to work with you for 6 months, at no cost.

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is an international business and knowledge exchange programme developed to strengthen business ties and entrepreneurship across the EU.

How it works? You sign up at www.erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu as a host company, and can then search for an entrepreneur to match your desired skillset. When everything is agreed and approved, they come work for you for 3-6 months to learn about the ins-and-outs of running a business. They receive a bursary from the EU Commission to cover their living costs, so you are not obliged to pay a salary, just share your knowledge and skills.

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