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They had the ambition.
We helped them take it global.
From day one, Galway-based medtech company Aerogen’s policy has been to compete globally. As a result, it has expanded into European and US markets simultaneously since 2000.
Material handling equipment manufacturer Combilift entered the German market in its second year of operation. It is now its second biggest market after the UK, accounting for 10% of total sales.
Enterprise Ireland’s contribution in relation to knowledge-sharing, market information and access to key contacts has been invaluable to Linesight.
Our university connections enabled Movidius to access the technologies they needed to speedily expand into international markets.
East Coast Bakehouse
Funding from Enterprise Ireland enabled East Coast Bakehouse to secure and fit out their 50,000 sq ft manufacturing facility.
Development Advisers from Enterprise Ireland helped APC to rapidly access global pharma and biotech markets.
Funding from Enterprise Ireland has allowed Asavie to acquire a team of developers, rather than hiring one by one.
CurrencyFair were able to scale internationally at speed through practical advice and mentoring that they received from our team.
We helped Arralis break into the American, Chinese and Russian markets and introduced them to the European Space Agency.
Chanelle Group supply to ten of the top 12 pharmaceutical companies in the world in veterinary and human health. The EU makes up 83% of its overall business.
Keen to diversify into mainland European markets since 2008, Killarney-headquartered firm Tricel has succeeded in having an edge in France thanks to having the right product at the right time.
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