The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland is the representative body for US companies based in Ireland at both Government and industry level, and within the Irish and international media. Corporate membership of the American Chamber supports the representation of the business agenda of 700 US companies located in Ireland.
Our mission is to promote a business environment that is attractive to US companies located in Ireland by representing their interests at a government level, in the media and by providing a forum through which ideas and information can be shared.
The American Chamber keeps Irish decision makers focused on the factors contributing to the continued attractiveness of Ireland as a location for foreign direct investment. The American Chamber is the largest multinational business association within Ireland. Membership
of the American Chamber includes US companies operating from Ireland, their strategic partners and organisations with strong bilateral trade linkages between Ireland and the United States.
American Chamber Events
A dynamic events programme is run by the American Chamber, which annually sees over 30 events gather together in excess of 3,000 members.
The American Chamber has gained a reputation for top quality for both its business lunches and shared best practice M2M (Member-To-Member) Seminars. The American Chamber holds four major business lunches which focus on the important impact of US investment and culture on the Irish economy and society.
Lunches are also addressed by guest speakers from diverse backgrounds of business, media, literature, academia and sport.For upcoming events click here
American Chamber Policies
The American Chamber represents a vibrant and growing sector
in the Irish economy. In these current economic times it is important that Ireland continues to foster an environment that will retain and grow FDI into the future.
It is in this context that the American Chamber undertakes an ongoing public affairs programme, providing a voice to US companies which engages in constructive dialogue with key stakeholders such as the media, Government and other state agencies.
Chamber policy is informed directly by the Membership through Working Groups
on the key areas of R&D, Taxation, human resources and Employment Law. These groups are comprised of experts from member companies in each field. They are charged with the responsibility of formulating constructive policy positions based on the input from the wider membership.Click here for more
American Chamber in the News
The American Chamber uses its voice to represent US companies in Ireland to a wide range of media, both international and domestic. Annually the American Chamber conducts interviews to represent the views of US Companies on a broad range of issues. On a consistent basis the issues of tax, talent, & competitiveness form the core of the annual President’s agenda, while more recently the Chamber has also moved to address concerns with Ireland’s international reputation.Click here for more