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Enterprise Ireland to open offices in Texas and Istanbul

Minister Richard Bruton said that the government is determined to build a “powerful engine of Irish exporting businesses”.

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MINISTER FOR JOBS, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has today announced the opening of two new Enterprise Ireland offices in Istanbul, Turkey and Austin, Texas in the US.

Enterprise Ireland said the new office openings follow extensive research, the completion of successful trade missions and increased client demand, “confirming the benefit of these offices to support Irish companies”.

Speaking today, Minister Bruton said it is the government’s “determination to build a powerful engine of Irish exporting businesses”.

“Today’s announcement will mean that Irish companies in these two markets have top-class access to Enterprise Ireland’s suite of supports, networks and contacts, and will provide a real boost for exports and ultimately jobs in Ireland,” he said.

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