The purpose of the trade missions was to facilitate networking opportunities between Enterprise Ireland clients (of which Acorn Regulatory is one) and IDA Ireland multinational companies.
Acorn Regulatory already works with seven of the world’s top ten pharmaceutical companies, six of the world’s top ten medical device companies and a large number of dynamic life science SME’s all over the world.
Companies participating in the events included Horizon Pharmaceuticals, Novartis, Biomarin, West Pharma, Amgen and Becton Dickinson. The Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital, Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen TD opened the Dublin event and stressed the role that indigenous companies have in working with foreign direct investment firms in developing the Irish economy. There were 110 multinational companies taking part over three days alongside 194 indigenous companies. Overall, it is estimated that there were almost 500 pre-planned meetings taking place between the companies present.
The ‘Trade Mission to Ireland’ events are held annually in multiple Irish cities and are attended by hundreds of Enterprise Ireland client companies and multinational companies. The 2018 events took place in Dublin, Limerick and Sligo on May 16th and 17th.
Acorn Regulatory is one of the featured companies in the Enterprise Ireland ‘Irish Advantage’ marketing campaign that highlights successful indigenous companies to markets around the world. Acorn Regulatory has worked for many years with the global sourcing teams at the IDA and Enterprise Ireland in assisting multinational companies with their regulatory, pharmacovigilance and quality related requirements.
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