2013-05-28   facebook twitter rss
Trade Mission An Agri Dutch Treat

Taking part in a trade mission to the Netherlands in May last year continues to yield dividends for the agriculture focused Rodney Magowan Press and PR Agency.

Organised by Steve Murnaghan, a long time resident in the Low Countries, for Lisburn City Council this trade mission helped the Hillsborough based PR agency build on existing business in Belgium by targeting Dutch companies wishing to do better business with farmers in the British Isles.

Reflecting on the continuing business generated by a trade mission to the Netherlands last May are agricultural PR practitioner Rodney Magowan, left, and Alderman Jim Dillon of Lisburn City Council.

Reflecting on the continuing business generated by the trade mission are agricultural PR practitioner Rodney Magowan, left, and Alderman Jim Dillon of Lisburn City Council.

“Steve Murnaghan of the Northern Ireland Netherlands Trade and Export Society www.ni-nl.org ensured those Dutch companies we visited were ideal potential clients,” explained Rodney.

“This grew our business and bought commissions not only to this agency, but to several agri photographers based in the province. Work and income, which would otherwise have gone to those based around London or Dublin.

“Thanks to Steve Murnaghan’s expertise and the support of Lisburn City Council economic development team many local businesses are now doing better business on the continent.

Founded 21 years ago by a former BBC Radio Ulster Farmgate producer, UTV Farming Ulster technical advisor and FarmWeek chief reporter the Rodney Magowan Press and PR Agency has the specialist knowledge to ensure your message reaches the rural community.

Rodney Magowan


   
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