Become an IABCN member today
As a member of the Irish Chamber, you will interact with CEOs, Presidents and other executives of some the country’s largest energy companies, medical institutions, insurance companies, financial service companies and retail convenience chains.
As the area’s preeminent business networking organization, the IABCN promotes frequent networking opportunities for Irish and Irish American business people, which encourage, increase and further the business interests of its members.
Networking opportunities include both “in person” events and online via our Members Only Linked In group, Facebook and Twitter pages.
Live meetings regularly include breakfasts with guest speakers, luncheon symposiums with panels of experts, and social networking events.
Members in the Spotlight
We want to highlight our wonderful members – and we have many ways to do so!
Member Spotlight – Are you interested in hosting your own Member Spotlight event? Click HERE for more information, or email us. This is a great opportunity to promote your business and how you can be “go-to” member in your industry.
Member Highlight – We will also highlight members in our regular email communications. Send us your news for inclusion in the next email!
Member News – Our new site allows us to share member news on our interactive blog page. In addition to our blog, we will also share news on our very active social media pages.
For more information, please email email@example.com or call 215-772-3101.
Jim McLaughlin Scholarship
You may donate online at St. Joseph’s University website.
** Very important: please be sure to designate the purpose of your gift. In the “Other Designation” section, please note “James J. McLaughlin, Jr. ’70 Scholarship Fund”.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how you can donate via check.
Almac Celebrates 20 years in the US
Today, over 150,000 people are directly employed in over 700 US firms in Ireland accounting for over 74% of all IDA supported employment.
Irish companies in the US have generated $90bn in sales from their US operations in 2014 and $35bn in US economic output.
Irish companies employ nearly as many Irish people in the US as do American companies here. There are 227 companies at over 2,600 locations, in all 50 States across the USA.
US firms contribute €3bn to the Irish Exchequer in taxes and an additional €13bn in expenditure to the Irish economy in terms of payrolls, goods and services employed in their operations.
The total employment at overseas companies in Ireland now stands at 199,877 people, the highest level on record. In 2016 IDA client companies created just under 19,000 (18,627) jobs on the ground during the year across a range of sectors, with every region of Ireland posting net gains in jobs. Of the 242 investment announcements made by the IDA, 74% are US based.
Latest figures show US figures exported in excess of €100bn of products and services from Ireland into world markets.
The US is one of Ireland’s top export destinations with total bilateral trade in goods and services 2014 (exports to + imports from the US) worth over €61bn.
US firms in Ireland form a critical part of Ireland’s cutting edge, internationally traded goods and services economy in industries such as information & communications technology, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical technologies and financial services.