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Image: Export Technologies Lands Significant Deal with Belleek

Export Technologies Lands Belleek Deal

Export Technologies is celebrating after landing a major deal to provide a new e-commerce site for one of Ireland’s most iconic giftware and tableware brands, Belleek.

Image: Argento Shine Despite Brexit

Online Jewellery Sales Shining Despite Brexit

Our client Argento, with 50 jewellery stores across the UK and Ireland, has seen a significant spike in online sales to non-EU countries since the Brexit result last June.

Image: Leanne Blair (L) and Karen McMinnis of Export Technologies

New Beauty Deal Looking Good

Export Technologies has invested almost £150k in new staff, infrastructure and product development thanks to signing one of the UK’s largest beauty companies, TAM Beauty.

Image: David Dickson (L) of Export Technologies with the team from The Utility Bear team celebrating their win for Website of the Year

Website Success at Business Awards

We are delighted to announce that our client Utility Bear has scooped Website of the Year at a recent business awards ceremony.

Image: David Dickson of Export Technologies with Darren Thompson of Utility Bear and John Maxwell

A Super Idea From Underwear Firm

Export Technologies is celebrating the launch of its newest client site, men’s and women’s underwear specialist, UtilityBear.com.

Image: Riding High With Source BMX

Riding High With
Source BMX

Export Technologies has successfully transferred its latest customer, Source BMX from their previous e-commerce site onto the IRP platform.

Export Technologies is in receipt of Grant for R&D support from Invest NI for Development Of International Multi-Channel Ecommerce Platform. This project which is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme 2014-2020 aims to create and productise the IRP and IRP World and develop world-leading advanced real-time analytic techniques to maximise client sales revenue