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22 May 2020

InterTrade Ireland - Covid-19 support

InterTrade Ireland - Covid-19 support

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
Professional advice is available for cross-border companies to address business challenges related to Covid-19.

E-Merge
The E-Merge programme provides £2,500 fully fundend consultancy support to help businesses develop online sales and ecommerce solutions.

Funding and Recovery Webinar Series
Three-part webinar series to help businesses navigate their way through the key Covid-19 support schemes available across the island.

Innovation and Business Resilience Webinar Series
Masterclass webinar series to strengthen SMEs that face disruption and uncertainty.

CovidBizMap
Online coronavirus platform to help firms collaborate.

Support Guides
Covid-19 support guides outlining the key support available for business.

 

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