Exertis SCS supports National Trade & Investment Missions across Ireland

Exertis SCS supports National Trade & Investment Missions across Ireland

Dan O’Mahony, our Lifesciences & Industrial Sector Manager represented Exertis Supply Chain Services (SCS) on a two-day Trade and Investment Mission to Dublin, Limerick and Sligo. The annual mission was part of a joint Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland ‘Global Sourcing’ initiative which aims to create business opportunities for Irish-owned companies with Multinationals (MNCs) based in Ireland.

The mission provides MNCs with direct access to potential suppliers, as well as raising awareness of the innovative capabilities of Irish SMEs across a range of sectors. These meetings are also invaluable to Irish companies seeking credible access to procurement teams in global MNCs.

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L-R- Dan O’Mahony, Exertis SCS Lifesciences & Industrial Sector Manager, with Minister Heather Humphreys TD and Emmet Kearney, Business Development Director at Technically Write IT

 

L-R: Kevin Sherry, Executive Director, Global Business Development, Enterprise Ireland; Dan O’ Mahony, Exertis SCS; Minister Pat Breen, TD & Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA

 

L-R: Dan O’ Mahony, Lifesciences & Industrial Sector Manager, Exertis SCS with Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital, Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen TD

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD said: “This year’s Global Sourcing Trade and Investment Mission in Ireland will once again provide direct networking opportunities between many of the world’s leading MNCs based here in Ireland and the Irish-owned supplier base. While highlighting the relationships that have grown over many decades, the mission also aims to create new partnerships between MNCs and Irish companies through the regionally focused networking events today and tomorrow in Dublin, Limerick and Sligo, in line with the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs strategy. We have great opportunities on our doorstep and we want to maximise these to help Irish companies scale and further reinforce their successful track records of servicing international buyers all over the globe.”

Dan O’ Mahony, Exertis SCS Lifesciences & Industrial Sector Manager also commented, “Exertis Supply Chain Services ranks the ‘Global Sourcing Initiative’ as one of the best business networking events of the year. We are developing a number of opportunities from this year’s event and last year’s event was equally as successful in terms of opportunity. Major credit should be given to all of the team in Enterprise Ireland for organising such an excellent event. We know how much effort it takes to stage events like these. The IDA also deserves praise for persuading leading executives from client companies to attend. The high ranking executives from IDA client companies deserve recognition for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend the Global Sourcing event. Ireland is a small country and we are uniquely positioned to have large multinational companies and local firms interact together in this way.”

FURTHER INFORMATION

To learn more about the Trade Mission, read the Enterprise Ireland Official Press Release. To learn how you can collaborate with Exertis SCS, please contact Stephen Davis, Head of Marketing on +353 1 405 6586 or email stephen.davis@exertis.com.