Thank you to our members who continue to support the Chamber through their membership, you make our mission possible!
Renewing members in July & August:
Mid-Size Firm Members
Impact Dimensions, Norbert McGettigan and Suzanne McGettigan Kelly
Martin Malloy, Malloy Medicare Advisors
Thomas Golarz, Colliers International
Patricia Buchanan, PMB Marketing
Michael J. Cawley, Gordon & Rees
William Watkinson, AMEX
Matthew Blatz, PCS
William Leahy, Littler Mendleson
Rich Meehan, Meehan Wealth Advisors
Joseph Purcell, EisnerAmper LLP
Courtney Yeakel, Ballard Spahr LLP
The Leading Digital Marketing Firms of 2019, According to DesignRush
DesignRush.com, a B2B marketplace connecting brands with agencies, discovered the top local and global digital marketing companies who can conceptualize and execute successful campaigns across all platforms in 2019. Click HERE to read more.
Congratulations to McDay on being included on this prestigious list!
McDay believes in imagination that is driven by information and an understanding of the client’s strategic objectives. McDAY, LLC is a women-owned and operated marketing communications firm. Their unique niche is businesses that need technical know-how. In the biopharmaceutical, oil/gas, and chemical manufacturing industries, they believe in the importance of having engineers and scientists on their marketing and design staff who can connect with each client’s scientists and engineers, to get to the core of the messaging.
Craigavon, N.I., 07 Aug 2019 – Almac Group, the global contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organization, is privileged to be included in the top ten list of “Ulster Business Top 100 companies” for the second consecutive year.
The news comes as the Group’s figures for year ending 30 September 2018 reported a £17 million rise in revenue at £548 million with pre-tax profits recorded at £27 million. Read More
We’re excited to share updates from the Museum of the American Revolution – our member and partner – on their special exhibition Cost of Revolution: The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier, opening September 28:
– The exhibition’s run has been extended through Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17.
– The Museum has developed transatlantic partnerships with Ireland’s national cultural institutions, such as the National Gallery, National Library, National Museum, and the Ulster Museum, to exhibit treasures from Ireland’s revolutionary history here in Philadelphia as part of Cost of Revolution. These partnerships will help to reveal the entangled histories of the American Revolution of 1776 and the Irish Revolution of 1798 for tens of thousands of Museum visitors.
– Irish Chamber corporate member WSFS Bank has joined as the exhibition’s latest sponsor!
Now is the last chance to join the Irish Chamber, WSFS Bank, the Emigrant Support Programme of Ireland, the Irish Georgian Society, and more in sponsoring this revolutionary storytelling. To ensure your company’s inclusion as an exhibition sponsor – at a special discounted rate for Irish Chamber members – contact Adam Robinson by August 15 at 267-579-3392 or email@example.com.
P.S.: For the first time in an American exhibition, Theobald Wolfe Tone’s bloodstained wallet from 1798, on loan from the National Museum of Ireland, will be on display. You won’t want to miss this!