Una Coleman

I am an International Strategy and Marketing Consultant with over 20 years experience in marketing and strategy and international operations both in the US and Europe. Broad functional experience in: Marketing and Communications Strategic and Financial analytics including Business Case Development Consulting and Operational management Client Relationship Management Deep financial services sector knowledge. Worked in organisations ranging from technology start-ups, fast-paced direct marketing agency to large corporates. Member of Enterprise Ireland Mentor Panel Member of IIA (Irish Internet Association) International Strategy Working Group Committee member of the MBA Association of Ireland: http://www.mbaassociation.ie/pages/home.asp

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Attention to detail and the little things will make your business amazing.

International Marketing Checklist

Once your initial research indicates that there is a gap in the market for your product or service in your intended market destination, your next step is work on your international marketing checklist.

Bizcamp Dublin is back!

Bizcamp Dublin is back! It's a free conference/ gathering which is happening in Dublin on Saturday 29th May 2010 - a place to meet up and learn from the experiences of other entrepreneurs. And enjoy great networking.

Network Ireland Clare Networking Day

Network Ireland Clare Networking Day Friday 11th June, Woodstock Hotel, Ennis, Co Clare

Do you blog for international business?

In conversation with Ceramicx - www.Ceramicx.com – Blogging for International Markets. A series of case studies looking at the role and experience of Irish companies using blogs to support their international market expansion.

MBAAI The Barometer Series

The Eastern Chapter of the MBA Association of Ireland invite you to attend the "MBAAI Barometer Series" - barometers of […]

Have you ever been caught out saying the wrong thing at a business meeting abroad? You wouldn’t be the only one...

If you are aiming to win market share from your local market competitors then communicating in local market languages makes sense...