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Asia Matters Market Insight October 2016
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Post Brexit, What Does Asia Mean To Your Business?

See our recent Asia Brexit Briefing with Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland and Aidan Cotter, CEO, Board Bia. Read more here
Business growth is all about intelligence and the right network of contacts. As the Asia knowledge and connectivity hub for Irish business, Asia Matters hosts market critical events for members and invited guests. Read More
As the Asia Matters community grows, we wish to welcome our recent members:
Bank Indonesia, The Irish Maritime Development Office, KPMG, Fingal Co.Co. and the Department of Finance. To find out more about member benefits, click here
2017 is shaping up to be another busy year and off to an important great start with 4 great events in January and February. To find out more about upcoming events click here
The 4th Asia Matters Asia Ireland Business Yearbook will be launched on the 24th of January at the European Financial Forum being held in Dublin Castle. You can get your copy of the 2016 Yearbook by sending us an email. To do this just click here
Sincere thanks to our Members, Sponsors, Partners, Speakers and Advisory Board for their great support and commitment to the work of Asia Matters in 2016. We look forward to a great 2017

Musgrave to begin Exporting to China After Agreeing Partnership with Alibaba. Read the full story here.

From 30th Oct 2016, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will commence operations from Dublin with seamless connections to Asia via the award-winning Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The new service will offer some of the fastest routes to the Far East with a short feeder and one long-haul flight.

Starting with two flights operated by KLM and two flights in cooperation with partners Aer Lingus for the winter, KLM will increase to four flights a day from 26 March 2017. In addition to Air France’s 5 daily flights from Dublin to Paris Charles de Gaulle and multiple regional partners, Ireland's strong demand for access to the region has never been better served. Both KLM & Air France offer business class services from Dublin with separate check in facilities, fast track security lanes, additional checked luggage allowance, full meal service on board and lounge access at Dublin and Amsterdam .

Warner Rootliep, General Manager for Air France-KLM, UK and Ireland, said there was growing demand to destinations in Asia from Ireland. “We know that the service we will provide out of Dublin will perfectly answer the needs of Ireland’s capital and demonstrates our commitment to the Irish market,” he said.

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