Our Services and Training Programmes

 

At present, all our client interactions are online.  

 

We have developed a variety of products which our clients enjoy and which have been tailored to suit online delivery. These include:

 

  • COVID-19 Trade Advisory Service. Identifying the practical implications of COVID-19 for your business, pinpointing possible stopgaps, solutions or opportunities. We are helping companies to apply for government funding and financial supports in Ireland and the UK.

 

  • Brexit Advisory Service. Identifying the practical implications of Brexit for your business. 

    Subjects covered include:

    - Commodity codes and tariffs.
    - Non-tariff barriers to trade.
    - Currency.
    - Customs procedures and paperwork.

- Rules of origin.
- Movement of people.
- Diversification strategies to identify future markets. 

  • Anticipation Service. A monthly report, analysing the latest developments in the EU-UK Free Trade Agreement negotiations, what they mean for your organisation and how they affect your existing preparations.

 

  • Identifying New Suppliers and Customers. We have experience in helping companies break into new markets, including the identification of new suppliers and customers.  Most recently, we have: found buyers for Indonesian forest products, including major cosmetic companies; helped Caribbean exporters enter the EU market and linked them with distributors; and helped identify and develop a partnership between a supplier of a product and the largest distributor of that product in the Far East.​

 

  • Workshops and Training Programmes. Subjects include:

- Customs Procedures and Paperwork.

- Completing Export and Import Customs Declarations.

- International Trade Negotiations.

 

We offer bespoke programmes tailored to the needs of your organisation. 

 

  • Study of EU Trade Agreements. A report to help companies understand the opportunities available to them under existing EU trade agreements. We can concentrate on particular markets/agreements as needed, and of course cover agreements other than those with the EU.

 

  • Capacity Building to Identify Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers. Often, companies will want to build internal capacity to be able to identify tariff and non-tariff barriers themselves. We can provide a step-by-step guide on how to do this, including via virtual meetings to train your staff.

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