American Revolution museum’s new ‘Irish Soldier’ exhibit has it all: Love. Death. Psychodrama.
The Philadelphia Inquirer
by Stephan Salisbury

R. Scott Stephenson, president and chief executive of the Museum of the American Revolution, calls the Cost of Revolution: The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier, a “psychological thriller of museum exhibits.”

Curator Matthew Skic, who put the ambitious show together for the museum, is a little less dramatic. He says, “It speaks to the trans-Atlantic impact of the American Revolution. What happens here, what happens here in Philadelphia, matters on a global scale.”

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Irish Delegation from Mayo/Sligo/Roscommon

Littus is hosting several Irish companies from September 30 – October 2 as part of a soft-landing program coordinated with their respective Local Enterprise Offices.  The opportunity exists for fellow IABCN members to meet individually with those companies whose business expansion plans on the States align with their own areas of focus.

If your business sector, of perhaps one of the Littus clients, aligns with any of the visiting companies and you would like to discuss a meeting with them while they are in our region please contact Irish Chamber member, Rob Rae at Littus,; +1-610-389-7559

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#ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)

It was a busy week in Philadelphia and a busy one for the Irish Chamber! On Tuesday June, 4th, we presented another installment of our Member Spotlight series featuring PNC Wealth Management – AND – hosted a networking happy hour in conjunction with BIO International.

Thank you to our active member, Tim Schlegel, and his colleague Amanda Agati, for hosting a timely and dynamic market update. To review Amanda’s presentation, please click HERE.

Thank you to our member hosts for our Irish Happy Hour: Acumen Analytics, Almac Group, ICON Clinical Research, McDay, Structure Tone and Volpe & Koenig. This was a wonderful opportunity for our members working in the various life science sectors to network and meet with Irish companies and government officials participating in BIO International.