Close

Growing your business

Bord Bia offers a number of services designed to help you grow your business, particularly in the domestic market.

The Brand Forum is a membership programme which is designed for manufacturers interested in the 'branded route' to market and provides opportunities to network with peers.

The Ireland - Retail and Foodservice Programmes offer manufacturers structured approaches to each route to the local market and the content of each is set out here.

Brand Forum

Be Inspired: By world class speakers at the quarterly Brand Forum events which include food & drink case study presentations, coupled with in-depth question & answer sessions with the brand owners.

Read more

Think Digital

The objective of this programme is to enhance the digital capabilities of Irish food, drink and horticulture companies whilst also equipping client companies with the resources and supports to deliver digital activation.

Read More

Bord Bia’s FoodService Academy

This programme is run in partnership with Musgrave MarketPlace and is aimed at providing participants with tailored support and guidance to achieve key opportunities for their business with Musgrave MarketPlace.

Read more

Superbrands

Smaller Irish food and drink companies operate in a fast changing and highly competitive market place. SuperBrands is a Bord Bia programme to help such companies grow and thrive against bigger competitors by understanding the consumer context of their brand, the category in which they compete and finding a relevant and compelling proposition for their brand with consumers. 

Find Out More

You might also be interested in...

 Irish Foodservice Seminar 2018

The findings of the irish food service report were shared with more than 300 delegates at Bord Bia’s Foodservice Seminar that took place in the RDS in November 2018. The annual event which discusses emerging trends in the sector will be chaired by entrepreneur and business-man, Bobby Kerr. To view the presentations from the day, and see the foodservice seminar 2018 reports.

Read more