Architecture Ireland, Taking your practice abroad, June 2011paddy
The current issue of Architecture Ireland features an advisory piece from exportise, giving export guidance to an industry that has seen a massive contraction in domestic demand.
Their industry has seen haemorrhaging of talent abroad and the demise of some of their largest practices but the architecture sector in Ireland has much to offer the rest on an international scale. Like many Irish industries however, while they have their core skills in abundance they have a shortage of sales and international business development expertise.
Taking your practice abroad focuses on the key areas of: where to find the opportunities, what support, both public and private, is available and how to START building an export business.
exportise has considerable experience in the construction and built environment sectors and is available to chart a course abroad for Irish architectural practices.
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