Aubren participates in Ireland – Australia & New Zealand trade mission


Aubren had the pleasure of participating in Enterprise Ireland’s Australian and New Zealand Trade Mission led by President Michael D. Higgins. The trade mission aims to strengthen the economic, tourism, cultural and political links between the three nations, bringing together companies spanning 9 sectors including, digital technologies, fintech, healthcare, construction, engineering and consumer products. Also in attendance representing the health care sector is Aubren client company Novaerus, who is also seeking to expand into the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Pictured (Left) Aubrey Nuzum, Managing Director Aubren Ltd.; Sonia O’Sullivan, World Gold Medalist and Úna Ní Raghallaigh, Sales Manager EMEAA Novaerus.

Pictured (Left) Martin Shanahan, Chief Executive Officer IDA Ireland; Allan Ramsay, Export Manager CSR Edmonds; Aubrey Nuzum, Managing Director Aubren Ltd; Frances Fitzgerald TD, Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation; Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland; Úna Ní Raghallaigh, Sales Manager EMEAA Novaerus and Julie Sinnamon Chief Executive Officer Enterprise Ireland.

The Australian and New Zealand market represents significant opportunities for Aubren and its client companies. The HVAC market value is expected to reach approximately $3 billion by 2022 growing at compound annual growth rate of 9%.  Aubrey Nuzum, Manging Director at Aubren stated “Aubren is honoured to have participated in this state visit with President Michael D. Higgins. This mission is an ideal platform for Aubren. It will be instrumental in our efforts in forging new relationships within the Asia Pacific HVAC markets for Aubren and our client companies. It is also a great opportunity for Aubren to promote Ireland as a source of world-class products and services.”

We very much look forward to what the future may hold for Aubren in the Australian and New Zealand markets.


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