||US Ireland Research Innovation Awards
The creative minds behind some of Ireland's greatest innovations were gathered in Dublin last night for the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards. The Awards, jointly presented by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and Royal Irish Academy, recognise excellence in research innovation that has taken place on the island of Ireland as a result of US foreign direct investment.
||Ireland's Innovation Pathway
Ireland must double its spending on research, development & innovation (RDI) to 3% of GDP within the next decade according to a new report released today by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. Ireland's Innovation Pathway: Attracting Investment; Driving Economic Growth articulates a vision for Ireland's RDI environment that will retain and attract US foreign direct investment.
||World of Talent in Ireland
A major new campaign ‘World of Talent in Ireland’ was today launched by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and IDA Ireland. The campaign will initially target Ireland’s global graduate community, highlighting abroad the career opportunities that now exist in Ireland, with a view to attracting talent here.
||Government's Spring Statement
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the commitment within the Spring Statement to maintain Ireland's 12.5% corporate tax rate. The rate, which was described as a ‘red line issue' by Minister Noonan, has been a cornerstone of Ireland's enterprise policy and is partly responsible for attracting over 700 US companies to create 130,000 jobs here.
||Research Innovation Award 2015 Shortlist
Shortlist for the 2015 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards
||RD&I Programme 2015
Determining ways to unlock Ireland's potential to win R&D investments internationally is the goal of the 2015 American Chamber of Commerce Ireland RD&I Network Programme which was formally launched today.
||LinkedIn Co-Founder Allen Blue
A special guest speaker at this week's President's Lunch was LinkedIn Co-Founder Allen Blue.
||Irish US Economic Relationship 2015
Ireland is now the number one destination in the world for US Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) according to a new report commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. The Irish-US Economic Relationship 2015 researched and written by Wall Street Economist Joseph Quinlan, was launched today by Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Charles Flanagan, TD
||Celebrating the Irish-US Relationship
March 5 saw the American Chamber publish "The Irish US Economic Relationship 2015."
||US Firms feature highly in 'Best Place to Work' Awards
Thursday February 26 2015 Great Place to Work has published the 2015 Best Workplaces in Ireland. The publication of the list was marked with the annual ‘Best Place to Work’ awards which took place on February 25 at the Double Three by Hilton.
||Apple invest €850m in Galway Data Centre
Monday February 23 2015 The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Apple is to open a new data centre in Galway with a €850m investment.
||US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards – Call for Nominations Opens Today
US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards – Call for Nominations Opens Today
||US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2015 Application Process
The US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards recognise excellence in research innovation in Ireland as a result of US foreign direct investment.
The deadline for the receipt of completed applications is 5pm Wednesday 11 March 2015.
||American Chamber welcomes focus on talent and regions in Action Plan for Jobs
Eamonn Sinnott, President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, welcomed the Government’s Action Plan for Jobs launched by An Taoiseach and Minister Richard Bruton this morning.
||Eamonn Sinnott Appointed President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland
American Chamber believes skills should be the key focus for Ireland in the battle to win new FDI investment for the country
Ireland needs to focus on R&D spending where Ireland is below the EU average
||15,000 new FDI jobs created in 2014
IDA Ireland has reported the creation of 15,012 new jobs by IDA client companies during 2014.
||Irish Government files Amicus brief in Data Case
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the decision by the Irish Government to file an amicus brief in a New York court that seeks to clarify rules relating to law enforcement access to cloud data.
||US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2015
US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2015
||2015 Gala Events
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||Heads of Bill for the Industrial Relations (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2014
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland calls for a balanced approach in response to the publication, by the Cabinet, of the heads of bill for the Industrial Relations (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2014.
||Christmas Reception with Ambassador O'Malley
Christmas Reception with Ambassador O'Malley
||The Business - TTIP Interview
Listen back to American Chamber Chief Executive's interview on RTÉ Radio One show the Business. The topic for discussion was the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
||Minister Bruton launches Chamber Talent Report
For Ireland to continue to succeed in winning foreign direct investment it is critical that the country is also able to attract and retain leadership and specialist talent in what is a highly competitive global market for skills. This is the core message of a report published by the American Chamber of Commerce, ‘Ireland: A Global Centre for Talent,' which was launched today by Richard Bruton, TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, & Innovation.
||Taoiseach addresses Thanksgiving
Taoiseach’s speech American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Thanksgiving Day Lunch, at The Four Seasons Hotel.
||Thanksgiving - Chamber calls for FDI Roadmap
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has called upon the Government to implement a comprehensive FDI Roadmap to enable Ireland to continue its remarkable success in attracting Foreign Direct Investment.
The Chamber’s annual Thanksgiving Lunch was attended by over 400 leaders from US multinationals in Ireland, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and US Ambassador Kevin O’Malley.