Companies explore new business in China
There was a full attendance at Clonmel Chamber of Commerce’s Doing Business in China event at the Clonmel Park Hotel. The event was staged to help local companies identify opportunities in the Chinese market.
Speakers on the night included Philip Singleton from Enterprise Ireland and Daniel Gao from the Chinese embassy. They also met with attendees - who represented a range of sectors including retail, pharmaceutical services, manufacturing and equine - for one-to-one sessions.
“This was a very successful event” said Chamber CEO Brian Cleary. “What we wanted to do was to give Clonmel companies the chance to explore new options for importing and exporting and I think we achieved that. Since the event a number of businesses have visited the embassy to meet with representatives to start the process of doing business in China” he added.
Clonmel Chamber hosts events in the ‘Doing Business In…’ series annually. The organisation will host its annual conference in Hotel Minella on Friday, October 19th.
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