Covid-19 business support
Businesses face immense challenges in these unprecedented times and we are committed to continue offering our full range of programmes, while endeavouring to be flexible and supportive as firms navigate their way through this uncertainty. For up-to-date information from the Irish government on business supports please click here. For company supports in Northern Ireland please click here.
In addition to our existing programmes, InterTradeIreland also has a number of specific Covid-19 programme supports, including the Emergency Business Solutions and E-Merge programmes, as well as a series of online webinars and a business collaboration platform.
Emergency Business Solutions – Applications now closed
InterTradeIreland’s Emergency Business Solutions programme has now closed for applications. As we move towards economic recovery, InterTradeIreland will continue to support business and offer new opportunities for growth. Contact us today to access the numerous sources of support and funding available to help your company trade, innovate and grow.
How we can help
Professional advice for cross-border companies to address business challenges related to Covid-19 (applications now closed).
These webinars focus on government guidelines on health & safety and HR policies that have been put in place in response to Covid-19.
Three-part webinar series to help businesses navigate their way through the key Covid-19 supports available across the island.
Latest Covid-19 News
Smooth transition to life after Brexit jeopardised by calamitous impact of Covid-19 on economy
InterTradeIreland’s Business Monitor shows impact of Covid on Brexit preparations.
Impact of Covid-19 on the economy laid bare
The latest results from InterTradeIreland’s Business Monitor (Q2 2020) make for stark if unsurprising reading. It quantifies and puts into perspective the massive disruption and strain caused by Covid-19 across the island.
First coronavirus collaboration platform launches
First online platform helping firms collaborate on coronavirus launches