Irish Delegation from Mayo/Sligo/Roscommon

Littus is hosting several Irish companies from September 30 – October 2 as part of a soft-landing program coordinated with their respective Local Enterprise Offices.  The opportunity exists for fellow IABCN members to meet individually with those companies whose business expansion plans on the States align with their own areas of focus.

If your business sector, of perhaps one of the Littus clients, aligns with any of the visiting companies and you would like to discuss a meeting with them while they are in our region please contact Irish Chamber member, Rob Rae at Littus,; +1-610-389-7559

For further details, please click HERE.

Join Irish Chamber board members at the Irish Network USA Annual National Conference at the Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, DC.

Network with IN USA Members from across the US and members of the Global Irish community from around the world.

Click HERE for more details.

Thank you to our members who continue to support the Chamber through their membership, you make our mission possible!

Renewing members in September (to date)

Mid-Size Firm Members
Ron Kerins and Jay Appleton

Individual Members
Lisa Maloney, Berkadia
Daniel Horan, Planet Fitness
Michael McCourt, BB&T Bank
Joseph O’Drain, Withum Smith & Brown, PC
Timothy Hillert, BenXchange


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