For the ninth consecutive year, members and friends of Philadelphia’s international chambers have joined forces to host an international business networking reception to celebrate Philadelphia’s status as a top U.S. destination for foreign direct investment and commercial trade.

On the evening of July 24th, join hundreds of your business peers to network together and reaffirm Philadelphia’s economic, political, and commercial impact as an influential global city.

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Members are invited to attend our next Member Spotlight Networking Breakfast hosted by long-time member, Jim McGoldrick of Windsor Financial Capital/Mass Mutual. Jim and his colleague Bill Fleming will present the worksite solutions they provide employers to provide comprehensive protection to their employee benefit solutions.

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9:00 am

9/11 Hero Run

Join our team!

We are thrilled to participate in the Travis Manion Foundation’s Hero’s Run in Philadelphia on September 7th. Join fellow members and friends from the Irish Chamber however works best for you: running, rucking or walking!

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5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Welcome Back Reception

Please join us for our  annual kick-off networking event on September 19th!

Meet our Board of Directors, and see how the Chamber not only promotes business between the Island of Ireland and the US, but also promotes business connections among its members, right here in the Greater Philadelphia area.

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Women in Leadership Series –  Empowering Our Community: Social, Corporate and Personal Responsibility

All members are welcome to join us for the next installment of Women in Leadership Speaker Series. We are honored to host Sister Mary Scullion, Co-Founder, President and Executive Director of Project HOME.

Sister Mary Scullion has been involved in advocacy for homeless persons since 1978. In 1989, Sister Mary and Joan Dawson McConnon co-founded Project HOME, a nationally recognized organization that provides supportive housing, employment, education and health care to enable homeless and low-income persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

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