Clonmel ChamberClonmel Chamber hosted representatives from the Chinese embassy to Ireland on Friday last, the 13th April,  as part of the Chamber’s policy of opening new markets for member companies.  The representatives from the embassy, Ms Zhang Shujing who is the Economic and Commercial Counsellor for the Embassy and Mr. Daniel Gao from the Economic and Commercial Office were given a guided tour of the Bulmers factory in Annerville and then met with the Chamber representatives for a working lunch.

The guided tour of the Bulmers factory was facilitated by Mark Hanratty, Group Packaging Development Manager at the company, who is also a director of the Chamber.  The Clonmel based company is actively working on breaking into the Chinese market and the meeting on Friday was arranged by the Chamber to assist Bulmers.

Clonmel Chamber Chinese EmbassyFollowing the guided tour the Chamber President and CEO met with the representatives from the embassy for a working lunch to explore opportunities for Irish companies in the Chinese market.  As part of this the embassy representatives have agreed to work with the Chamber on an information evening for Clonmel businesses as part of the Chamber’s ‘Doing Business In...’ series.

Chamber President, Tina Mulhearne, said “We were delighted to host Ms Shujing and Mr. Gao.  They were very impressed with the range of businesses in the area from SME’s to multinationals and they felt that Clonmel was a particularly dynamic town.  We were delighted to be able to assist Bulmers in their efforts to break into this market.  After all, if they are able to succeed in the Chinese market it will be beneficial to the local economy.”

The trip to Clonmel concluded with the President of the Chamber making a presentation to the visiting dignitaries.

 

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