The first 25 entrepreneurs singled out for recognition on the listing are:

J. Bruce Boucher, Eagle Fence Company, Philadelphia, PA

Kathleen Brunner, Acumen Analytic, Plymouth Meeting, PA

Joseph Callahan, Ciright, Conshohocken, PA

Maggie Calpin, Nibbles & Bits, Scranton, PA

Séamus Canning, Canning Electric, San Francisco, CA

Keith Carney, FedNet, Alexandria, VA

Christine Carroll, Crossing Vineyards, Newtown, PA

Thomas Coffey, United Floral Service, Philadelphia, PA

Kevin Connor, Modern Strategic Branding, North Wales, PA

Dan Cronin, Chorus Communications, New York, NY

Mike Daley, OrthogenRX, Doylestown, PA

Noel Fleming, Conley Fleming, Philadelphia, PA

Jack Glacken, TGI – Today’s Graphics Inc, Philadelphia, PA

Colm Grealy,, New York, NY

Ronald C. Kerins Jr., Greyhawk, Melville, NY

Helen Lennon, Secure Broadcast, New York, NY

Jim Logue, ThermOmegaTech, Warminster, PA

David McLaughlin, QuantaVerse, Wayne, PA

Robert Mendte, Service Network Design, Lansdale, PA

Paul Murtagh, Murtagh Construction, Newtown Square, PA

Mary Ann Pierce, MAP Digital, New York, NY

Erin Reilly, Pop! Promos, Philadelphia, PA

Frank Reynolds, PixarBio, Fort Lee, NJ

Susan Stipa, McDay LLC, Philadelphia, PA

Ed Sullivan, Trust Exchange, Drexel Hill, PA

On March 16th, members of the Irish Chamber were invited to a very special reception at the Consulate General of Ireland in New York in honor of An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar‘s St. Patrick’s Day visit to the US.

(left to right) IABCN Business Manager, Alanna Barry-McCloskey; IABCN member, Mayo Association member & President of the Commodore Barry Irish Center, Sean McMenamin; and Mayo Association member, board member of the Commodore Barry Irish Center, and IABCN Vice President, Lisa Maloney, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

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:

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