There are many organisations that can provide all the advice you need to help you succeed in the international market.
The world’s leading international carrier, with a comprehensive range of services. Our role in DHL Express is to facilitate international trade and we’re more than happy to provide advice and guidance to those companies who are new to exporting.
A broad, web-based suite of trade information tools that covers 63 countries and approximately 98% of the world’s trade. This free web-based, 24/7 tool gives you the ability to get the right information you need depending on the products you’re shipping or receiving with access to all the relevant international trade regulations, including all the information you need to comply with customs regulations.
AIB have a range of export finance options available for Irish businesses’ plus a nationwide team of Export Finance Champions, providing practical export information and advice to customers looking to export.
Ireland’s largest business organisation with a network of Chambers of Commerce in every major town and region in the country. Chambers Ireland’s mission is to represent the interests of member companies by lobbying Government on policy to create a better environment for business, supporting SMEs and facilitating trade.
Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. They have an excellent programme call ‘Get Export Ready’ which provides a wealth of information and advice plus they run various export workshops and support programs which can be invaluable to new or prospective exporters.
The “Voice of Export Industry” in Ireland. The IEA provides a vast amount of information, education and day to day support services to help companies grow their business internationally.
The Office of the Revenue Commissioners is the primary state body responsible for the assessment and collection of taxes and duties in the Republic of Ireland.
Responsible for developing and maintaining the Incoterms® 2010 Rules.
The Small Firms Association is the “Voice of Small Business” in Ireland and exclusively represent the needs of small enterprises (i.e. those employing less than 50 employees) in Ireland.