Aidan Gough, InterTradeIreland, Designated Officer, said: “The health and wellbeing of our staff is our number one priority. We have provided guidance and advice on sanitisation, remote working and continuity planning. In all circumstances we will be guided by the advice from the relevant public health authorities. At this point our offices remain open. Continuity plans are in place to ensure we continue to deliver our supports in a way which safeguards our staff and stakeholders. Covid-19 will have a disruptive impact on many of the businesses we support. We’re encouraging firms to consider three initial steps - protect your employees and follow all the relevant guidance from health authorities; test for stress by making a contingency plan and ensuring liquidity; and maintain an open dialogue with staff, customers and suppliers.”
InterTradeIreland Venture Capital Conference 2024 is returning to Belfast with over 700 delegates registered to attend
The 23rd InterTradeIreland All-Island Venture Capital Conference is returning to Belfast for the first time since 2020. The one-day conference will take place at Titanic Belfast on Tuesday 5th March from 9.00am – 3.00pm. This unique event connects early-stage and start-up businesses with investors and business angels from across the equity ecosystem on the island of Ireland.
InterTradeIreland's Cross-Border Trade Roadshow continues with Customs and VAT event in Derry-Londonderry
InterTradeIreland hosted their second ‘Cross-Border Trade – What you need to know’ event in The Ebrington Hotel, Derry-Londonderry on Wednesday 22nd November 2023. With a focus on Customs and VAT, the event provided an interactive forum to help over 100 attendees get the answers they need to support future cross-border trade.
InterTradeIreland survey shows that business landscape on the island is becoming increasingly competitive
The latest quarterly business monitor from the economic cross-border body InterTradeIreland reveals that the overall trading environment is becoming increasingly competitive. The topline sentiment shows the number of firms in a stable position is positive this quarter (61 per cent) and seven in ten say they are profitable.