Mar16Tue
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Philadelphia Ireland Day: Transatlantic Showcase

Transatlantic Showcase: Opportunities in Ireland and the US

The Irish Chamber is pleased to partner with our members at Littus to present a transatlantic virtual showcase, featuring special messages from Ambassador of Ireland to the United States, His Excellency Daniel Mulhall, Mr. Andrew Elliott, Director of the Northern Ireland Bureau, Niall Gibbons, Chief Executive of  Tourism Ireland and William Lavelle, Head of the Irish Whiskey Association.

Who should participate?
US businesses and service providers with an interest in Irish companies coming to Pennsylvania and also with a view toward FDI (foreign direct investment) in Ireland.

Tune in for selected sessions, or for the entire morning:

8am – 9am EST: Welcome and Presentations by Littus, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania government officials, and case studies of Irish companies operating in Pennsylvania, including Irish Chamber members, Cal OpEx

9am – 10am EST: Remarks by Enterprise Ireland; Presentations by Irish companies (recently expanded operations in US)

10 am – 11am EST: Remarks by Northern Ireland Bureau and Invest Northern Ireland; Presentations on FDI into Northern Ireland; Presentation by Northern Ireland companies with operations in the US.

11am – 12pm EST: Presentations by Regional Local Enterprise Offices (MayoSligo, Tipperary, Clare)

Time
8.00 am – 12.00 pm EST / 1.00 pm GMT – 5.00 pm GMT

Location
Presented virtually

Registration

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Questions?
Contact Alanna Barry McCloskey at abarry@iabcn.org or call/text 215.772.3101

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