Westmeath company to reap rewards of graduate programme

Pictured at the launch of the Enterprise Ireland Graduates 4 International Growth programme were Frank Ryan, CEO Enterprise Ireland; graduate Ciara Cosgrove; Claudia Hyland of C&F Automotive in Collinstown,Westmeath; Teresa Kilmartin of Symbio; and Professor Tom Begley, Dean of UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

Pictured at the launch of the Enterprise Ireland Graduates 4 International Growth programme were Frank Ryan, CEO Enterprise Ireland; graduate Ciara Cosgrove; Claudia Hyland of C&F Automotive in Collinstown,Westmeath; Teresa Kilmartin of Symbio; and Professor Tom Begley, Dean of UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

A Westmeath company, C&F Automotive, is to benefit from a new graduate programme developed by Enterprise Ireland. Graduate Ciara Cosgrove is to join C&F Automotive, based in Collinstown, as part of Graduates 4 International Growth (G4IG ), developed and delivered by Enterprise Ireland in partnership with UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

Enterprise Ireland is placing 50 top-level graduates in export-led firms with markets across the globe, creating graduate job opportunities. The programme is aimed at developing firms’ export market opportunities and at the same time advancing graduates’ international business skills.

The graduates are now beginning their initial six-month intensive training and skills development programme and in-company induction, followed by a 12-month placement in a relevant overseas market.

Successful graduate participants will be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in International Growth by the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

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