Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join the Irish American Business Chamber & Network?

Please visit iabcn.org/membership to join online. Applications are also available on this via downloadable form. You may email your application to abarry@iabcn.org or mail to 200 South Broad Street, Suite 910, Philadelphia, PA 19102.

How do I log in to update my membership directory profile or register for events?
Visit our member log in page to get started. Your user name is your email address that you used to sign up for Irish Chamber membership. The system will prompt you to create a unique password.

What if my user name and pass word do not work?
Please email Alanna Barry McCloskey at abarry@iabcn.org or text/call 215.772.3101 for assistance.

Do I have to be Irish to be a member?

No, membership is open to anyone interested in Irish-American business issues.

What is included in my IABCN Membership?

Membership in IABCN guarantees access to exclusive members-only events, discounts to all events, introductions and invitations to other non-Chamber events.

How often are events?
There is typically one IABCN event each month.

What is the IABCN?
IABCN, Inc. is an independent non-profit, non-partisan, networking, 501 c(6) organization.

What makes IABCN unique in the Philadelphia area Irish community?
Many local Irish organizations sponsor social, cultural and entertainment events, but IABCN remains the only organization dedicated solely to sponsoring business and networking events.

Does the IABCN have any political affiliations?

No, IABCN is a politically neutral organization.

Where do IABCN membership dues, event proceeds, etc. go?

All membership dues and event proceeds will be utilized to support the organization and continue organizational activities.

How is the IABCN, Inc. organized?

The Chamber is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation that promotes the common business interests of its members by seeking to develop economic and educational relationships between and among Irish and American members of the business community located in the Greater Philadelphia Region, Ireland and Northern Ireland.