Council helps companies go global

Published: 10th May 2017

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is funding FREE fast-track access to overseas markets for 20 local businesses through Overseas Results, an innovative online system which takes care of the difficult first steps involved in exporting.

A funded place will enable your business to use the service at no cost.

Through the Overseas Results Export System, you can simply select any country in the world where you would like to find customers.

All customer contact is completed by Overseas Results using in-country executives in the target export market of YOUR choice. Any translation required is included for free. A full report with all customer contact details will be forwarded to you within 4 weeks.

This service will potentially give your business access to thousands of pounds worth of overseas sales in a fast and efficient way.

No prior export experience is needed.

There’s not a faster, more effective way of exploring new markets so enter now at www.overseasresults.com/fando

Please note that places will be allocated on a project by project basis so APPLY NOW before all places are allocated.

Applicants will be notified of their application outcome by email once the assessment process is complete.

 

 

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