New, aspiring and currently exporting businesses will have the opportunity to learn how Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation has grown in international markets at an upcoming NI Chamber event. Part of the Grow Internationally with Danske Bank series, it takes place online on Wednesday 29 September at 10.00am and is free for NI Chamber members to attend.
Stephen Allen, Chief Marketing Officer and Stephen McCullough, Manufacturing Director will discuss how the company is embracing global demand for its products and outline how Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation is ensuring that its manufacturing capacity is managed to deliver products for different international markets. Both guest speakers will be interviewed by Sarah Travers during a live studio broadcast.
Encouraging businesses to join the session, Phil Murray, Business Support Manager at NI Chamber said:
“This event is for business leaders, business development professionals and aspiring exporters who want to learn more about evolving their product offering when growing in new business markets. It is a fantastic opportunity to learn from a world-leading company which holds significant global market positions. We’re encouraging export focused businesses from any sector to come along and make the most of the opportunity to learn.”
Oonagh Murtagh, Head of South Business Centre at Danske Bank, added:
“We’re delighted to be supporting this event as part of our ongoing partnership with the Northern Ireland Chamber to encourage businesses to look at the growth opportunities in export markets. As Northern Ireland’s biggest bank and a key player in the local economy we’re committed to helping local companies drive the future success of the region. Hearing how a company like Glen Dimplex has been able to thrive in international markets will provide a huge amount of insights and inspiration for aspiring and currently exporting businesses.”
This Grow Internationally with Danske Bank is free for NI Chamber members to attend. Pre-registration via the NI Chamber website is essential.
This event is part of NI Chamber’s Learn Grow Excel series, which is supported by SME Partner, Power NI.