Enterprise Europe cross border partnerships workshop

Jun 03, 2010

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Newry company, Helix Innovation, was one of 50 local companies who discovered how cross border technical, commercialand R&D partnerships can support sustainable growth and create global opportunities.

Hosted by Invest NI, as part of the Enterprise Europe Network, companiesandorganisationsattending the event heard about the processes involved and programmes dedicated to facilitating North-South and East-West collaboration.

Pictured with Invest NI’s Joanne Coyle (left) is Peter Grant of Helix Innovation in Newry and Orla McGlennon from Intertrade Ireland.

Tyrone company, Ardboe Cold Store, was one of 50 local companies who discovered how cross border technical, commercialand R&D partnerships can support sustainable growth and create global opportunities.

Pictured (L-R) with Invest NI’s Joanne Coyle (left) is Mary Kelly and Jennifer Ligget of Ardboe Cold Store and Orla McGlennon from Intertrade Ireland.

The University of Ulster was one of 50 local companies and organisations who discovered how cross border technical, commercialand R&D partnerships can support sustainable growth and create global opportunities.

Pictured (L-R) with Invest NI’s Joanne Coyle (left) is Sean McCaul from University of Ulster and Orla McGlennon of Intertrade Ireland.

Cookstown company, Time2Communications, was one of 50 local companies and organisations who discovered how cross border technical, commercialand R&D partnerships can support sustainable growth and create global opportunities.

Pictured (L-R) with Invest NI’s Joanne Coyle (left) is Thomas Conway of Time2Communications in Cookstown and Orla McGlennon from Intertrade Ireland.

Londonderry company, C-Tric, was one of 50 local companies and organisations who discovered how cross border technical, commercialand R&D partnerships can support sustainable growth and create global opportunities.

Pictured (L-R) with Invest NI’s Joanne Coyle (left) is Barry Henderson of C-Tric in Derry and Orla McGlennon from Intertrade Ireland.

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