Using young blood to revive export business

Mackinnon, Iain
August 1997
People Management;8/7/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p40
Describes the way companies in Northern Ireland use graduates to explore overseas markets and improve export sales. Information on the Explorers program of the Training and Employment Agency, part of the Department for Economic Development of Northern Ireland; Recruitment of young sales representatives for the exporting business of Powerscreen International; Significance of the program to the exporting operation of small firms.


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