Bord Bia has a number of market supports in place to help businesses prepare for exporting their produce.
The total value of Irish food, drink and horticulture exports in 2020 was €13bn. This is testament to the industry’s market diversification efforts considering the challenges brought by the pandemic and the UK leaving the European Union. In support of this, Bord Bia has a large range of programmes and actions in place, to assist businesses with their export operations.
These supports include information on supply chain and logistics, foreign markets, distribution, a range of Distributor Guides, as well as Bord Bia’s Marketing Fellowship programme.
The Bord Bia Nordic office in collaboration with Model Logic has compiled a report covering Logistics to Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden).
We have put together a set of Distributor Guides which provide pragmatic information on distribution partners, exporting to Asia and much more for Irish Consumer Food and Drink Exporters
Fish Transport Solutions
Given the complexities associated with the transportation of fish and seafood into export markets, and our peripheral location on the fringes of Europe, Bord Bia has developed a directory to assist Irish fish processors.
Service Providers for Continental Europe
This Guide to Logistics Service Providers for Continental Europe has been developed to assist food and drink exporters in every aspect of their export business.
Guide for the UK
This guide will give Irish suppliers an insight into the decision making process when considering employing agents or distributors to support their business development strategy in the UK.
Distribution Guide - Exporting Beverages to Asia
This distribution guide has been produced to help Irish manufacturers of whiskey, white spirits and craft beers gain increased awareness, insight and understanding of the regulatory environments to facilitate the importation, distribution and selling of their products in Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
Regulatory Guide - Exporting Beverages to Asia
This regulatory guide has been produced to help Irish manufacturers of whiskey, white spirits and craft beers gain awareness, insight and understanding of the regulatory environments to facilitate the importation, distribution and selling of their products in Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
Bord Bia Marketing Fellowship
Connect your business with the future leaders of the food and drink industry.
Bord Bia’s MSc Marketing Fellowship attracts experienced and top-performing graduates capable of growing your business in overseas markets.
Under the guidance of Bord Bia and UCD Smurfit Business School, Bord Bia Fellows can carry out a wide range of business development and marketing tasks for your business. This is your opportunity to access talented future leaders to help you reach your strategic goals.