IABCN member, Celeste Clancy, is on the board of “Own Your Awesomeness”. Fellow members are invited to attend OYA’s Trivia Night this Friday at Saxbys’ HQ in Center City Philadelphia. Click HERE to register.

2018 FDI 100 Index, profiling the most important FDI companies operating in Ireland, is available now. Click HERE to read the full report.

IABCN members included on this list include: Almac Group, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, JP Morgan Chase, SAP, and Shire.

The Irish Heritage Theatre in co-production with Plays and Players Theatre presents The Women of Ireland: Short Irish Classics

The show will run April 5-21st at Plays and Players Theatre (Upstairs). Performances are Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:30pm. Tickets are $25 for general admission; $20 for seniors; and $15 for students, theatre industry members, and groups of ten or more. Also check for us on Funsavers for certain performances. For production information and to purchase tickets go to: www.irishheritagetheatre.org

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The Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D., has published a new report on Addressing Challenges Faced by Returning Irish Emigrants.

This independent report prepared by Indecon was commissioned by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade with the goal of identifying solutions to disproportionate or unnecessary administrative burdens affecting Irish emigrants wishing to return to live in Ireland. The findings of this report will help inform the Government’s ongoing work on making returning to Ireland as easy as possible.

Speaking at the time of the report’s launch Minister of State Cannon said:

“I am pleased to be able to publish this independent report which contains new research profiling the welcome return of Irish emigrants, examining the challenges they have faced on returning home; and importantly, making recommendations to address those challenges.

In a world of increased international mobility and an increasingly global labour market, it is imperative that the Government facilitates the mobility of our citizens; that we enable them to travel abroad, continue engagement with them while they are living abroad, and most importantly, make it as easy as possible for them to return home.”

The report is published in full and you can download a copy by clicking HERE.