Our priority is the achievement of export sales growth from Irish-owned companies. All our services are geared toward helping Irish companies win international sales.
Our range of services is extensive, from funding, to making introductions in key international markets.
Many of our clients tell us that while the funding they received from Enterprise Ireland was helpful, the non-financial assistance, like introductions to experts, buyers and potential customers, was most valuable.
All services are made available to clients through their Enterprise Ireland Development Adviser who acts as the primary point-of-contact for all Enterprise Ireland services.
Our Development Advisers have sectoral expertise and are experienced in working with companies through all stages of the business development - from start-up, to established small and medium-sized enterprises, right through to Irish international companies with the ability to achieve significant scale.
To find contact details for your Development Adviser, go to the Development Adviser finder.
Your Development Adviser is responsible for assessing your business needs and agreeing with you how Enterprise Ireland might best be able to help. Your Development Adviser can make introductions to other specialists within Enterprise Ireland, such as:
- In-Market Advisers
- Technology Advisers
- Human Resource Development Advisers
- Investment Advisers
If you are not currently a client of Enterprise Ireland and you do not have an assigned Development Adviser, you should contact your nearest Enterprise Ireland office to ascertain your company's eligibility for Enterprise Ireland support.
Enterprise Ireland staff in your local office can provide you with a quick decision with regard to your likely eligilbility for support.
They can also point you in the direction of other support agencies and facilities that may better suit your company's needs and stage of development.
State Aids - European Union Rules Governing the Provision of State Supports to Enterprise