Customs Awareness Course For Exporters/ Importers
Date:
January 2017
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Customs Awareness Course For Exporters/Importers

Top 150 Born in Ireland 2016
Date:
October 2016
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The Investec sponsored Irish Exporters Association’s Top 150 Born in Ireland 2016 report was launched at the Merrion Hotel, Dublin 2 on 4th October 2016. This new publication provides an analysis of the leading indigenous Irish companies by turnover. The Top 150 Born in Ireland 2016 is an evolution of the Top 250 Irish Exporters report published jointly by IEA and Investec for the previous six years. Vision-net compiled the data in 2016 for this new publication, which is the only one of its kind, listing the leading 150 Irish owned companies which are drawn from multiple sectors with different business models – some based exclusively in Ireland, many with global reach, with others having a particular focus on export markets. This publication is an important reference document for all within the export industry, as well as an up-to-date economic commentary on Irish owned trade. To view this publication click here.

Irish Exporters Association Annual Report 2015
Date:
September 2016
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The AGM of the Irish Exporters Association took place Wednesday 7th September 2016, in the Radisson Blu St. Helen’s Hotel, Stillorgan Road, Dublin 4, at 11:00 am. Click here to view the IEA Annual Report 2015

Digital Marketing Research, Insights & Trends Publication
Date:
October 2015
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The Irish Exporters Association Digital Marketing Research, Insights & Trends Publication in partnership with VooDoo identifies and reviews a sample of 150 members of the Irish Exporters Association. VooDoo have analysed the digital presence of a randomly selected group of 150 members of the Irish Exporters Association from across 50 small, 50 mid-size businesses and 50 corporates. VooDoo established how effectively this segment is marketing their businesses online and highlighted key strategies available to improve their online presence and emphasize the importance of key digital marketing strategies for ambitious Irish exporters. To download a copy click here

Top 250 Exporters in Ireland and Northern Ireland 2015
Date:
September 2015
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The publication identifies and reviews the leading exporters from Ireland, both North and South. It is an important reference document for all exporters and a key resource for sub-suppliers and service providers within the exporting sector. All the key sectors of the export industry are reviewed, with input from private sector as well as the State promotional agencies.

Investec have provided a number of independent reviews on issues that are of vital importance to Ireland’s export sector: Private Equity in Ireland, the impact of low interest rates, and the prospect of a cashless society, an update on the price of oil, and a review of the foreign exchange and equity markets. The prospect of a cashless society, an update on the price of oil, and a review of the equity markets. Click here for a copy of the publication

 

LATF policy document
Date:
July 2015
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Publisher: Latin America Trade Forum supported by its 2014 sponsors
Date: July 2015

The Latin America Trade Forum, an initiative of the Irish Exporters Association is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Enterprise Ireland was set up in 2014 with founding sponsors: Arthur Cox, Digicel, Fyffes, FEXCO Commercial FX Services, KPMG and World Courier. One of the Forum’s key objectives for the year was to create a policy document containing strategy recommendations and proposals for trade growth between Ireland and Latin America.  Click here to know more about the LATF and for a copy of the publication

To read the press release, please click here. bit.ly/1NYq9ab

Export Ireland Survey & Trade Finance Review 2014
Date:
November 2014
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Irish Exporters Association survey in association with Grant Thornton shows 71% increase in exports in 2014 and outlook for 2015 remains positive
The publication looks at export opportunities and challenges in the marketplace, currency issues, trade finance and banking, payment issues, credit management, and support for exporters. The results are based on an analysis from an in-depth survey that sampled over 200 companies in the export industry. We acknowledge the work of John Beggs, Economic Adviser to the Irish Exporters Association on the analysis of the survey findings and are delighted to partner again with Grant Thornton. Click here for a copy of the publication

Top 250 Exporters in Ireland and Northern Ireland 2014
Date:
September 2014
Publisher: Irish Exporter Association sponsored by Investec

The publication identifies and reviews the leading exporters from Ireland, both North and South. It is an important reference document for all exporters and a key resource for sub-suppliers and service providers within the exporting sector. All the key sectors of the export industry are reviewed, with input from private sector as well as the State promotional agencies.

Similar to last year, we have included reviews for the following sectors: food and drink, life sciences, ICT, the IFSC, and Northern Ireland exporters. Investec have provided an overview of the currency and commodity risks, risk and low interest rates, corporate funding – the state of the market will be given. Click here for a copy of the publication

IEA Trade and Transport Analysis 2014
Date:
June 2014
Publisher: Irish Exporter Association

The IEA in publishing the 2014 edition of Transport and Trade is delighted to provides essential information and analysis on the modes of transport used by exporters to International markets. The publication also highlights the categories of trade commodities used by exporters being transported out of Ireland..The Irish Exporters Association recognises the comprehensive analysis provided by Patrick Daly of Alba Consulting and Howard Knott, Trade Facilitation Ireland Director. Their outlook and commentary provide a clear understanding of the industry and trends. I would also like to thank Bibby Financial Services for their sponsorship and endorsement.Click here for a copy of the publication

IEA Half Year Review 2013
Date:
August 2013
Publisher: Irish Exporter Association

Exports contract again for the second quarter and pull the first half year exports down by €1.7 billion, with little prospect for improvement for balance of year, stated the Irish Exporters Association (IEA),
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