||OECD PISA results encouraging
Ireland's results in the latest OECD PISA Report show encouraging signs of improvements within the education system, according to the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland
||Thanksgiving: Bailout exit a major milestone for economic recovery
Thursday, 28th November 2013 The President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has warned that Ireland will remain under international scrutiny as the country re-enters the bond markets and that the Government must continue to take the necessary strategic decisions to remain on the path to growth.
||Mark Redmond Appointed Chief Executive of the American Chamber
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, the representative body for US multinational companies in Ireland has appointed Mr. Mark Redmond as its new Chief Executive.
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland invites tenders from Registered Auditors in the Republic of Ireland for its annual audit for the year ended 31 December 2013 and subsequent years.
The tender document may be requested from firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications should be received by 7th November 2013.
||Government must prioritise implementation of R&D Tax Credit Review
The publication of the review of the R&D Tax Credit is welcome and priority must now be given to implementing its recommendations so that Ireland ‘ups its game’ and can compete effectively for R&D investment, according to the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. 70% of companies who conduct R&D activity in Ireland are foreign multinationals.
||Budget 2014 Response
International Tax Strategy provides welcome certainty - American Chamber of Commerce
American Chamber of Commerce Budget Response
Tuesday, October 10th 2013 The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, the body representing the 700 US companies in Ireland who employ 115,000 has welcomed the focus on job creation that it said was central to today's budget.
||Irish-US Economic Relationship 2013
Irish-US Economic Relationship 2013
||US Investment in Ireland Surges Ahead in past 5 years
Thursday, 3 October 2013 The economic relationship between Ireland and the US has strengthened considerably over the past five years despite the global recession according to a new report commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. The report reveals that US firms invested more capital in Ireland over the five-year period starting in 2008 and ending in 2012, than in the previous 58 years combined. Perhaps of even greater significance, that level of investment was roughly 14 times
||The People of FDI (Video)
Behind the impressive series of stats and facts that outline the Irish-US Economic Relationship is the true story of those 115,000 people who work in US companies in Ireland. Here is that story...
||Twitter to double size of double team
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Twitter, is to double its Irish workforce by the end of 2014. Twitter have announced plans to expand across multiple business functions including sales, HR, finance, marketing, engineering and user services.
||Medtronic open new Customer Innovation Centre
The American Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the opening of Medtronic’s new Customer Innovation Centre at the company’s Galway site today today.
||Chief Executive Position
Chief Executive Position
||Google open new Digital Innovation Centre
Tuesday, September 11th, 2013 The American Cahmber fof Commerce has welcome the opening of The Foundry, Google's new Digital Innovation Centr
||Joanne Richardson to step down as CEO
The Chief Executive of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Joanne Richardson, has announced her decision step down from her role in December.
||100 new jobs at Salesforce.com welcomed by the American Chamber
100 new jobs at Salesforce.com welcomed by the American Chamber
Wednesday 24th July 2013 The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Salesforce.com, the US multinational enterprise cloud computing company is to recruit 100 new employees in its Irish facilities.
||Symantec create new 400 jobs
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Symantec is to establish a new Customer Management Centre in Dublin with the creation of 400 new jobs.
||Pfizer Invest $130m in Irish plants
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Pfizer, is to invest $130 million in two of its Irish manufacturing sites. The investment will enable New specialist high-tech capability to be developed at Ringaskiddy and see a production expansion in Grange Castle. The investement will also see the creation 250 construction.
||American Business 2013
Annual supplement on US business in Ireland, appearing in the Irish Times on July 4th 2013.
||US Companies seeking 1400 new employees in ireland
American Chamber of Commerce companies seeking 1,400 new employees
Annual Workforce Activation Survey shows continued confidence in the sector
Thursday 4th July 2013 American Chamber of Commerce Ireland member companies have increased employment in their operations in the past twelve months and currently have over 1,400 vacant positions, according to the Chamber’s annual Workforce Activation Survey. The results of the survey, released at the Chamber’s annual Independence Day Lunch, show:
||Chamber welcomes direct flight to US West Coast
The announcement that Aer Lingus is to commence a direct flight to San Francisco in 2014 has been welcomed by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.
||EU-US Trade Deal Mandate Welcomed by American Chamber
The agreement today by the EU trade ministers of a mandate to negotiate a trade and investment deal with the US has been welcomed by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.
||EMC create 200 jobs in Cork
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that EMC, is to invest €100 million in its facility in Citygate, Co. Cork. The investment will see the create 200 new jobs in the areas of engineering, customer support, sales, finance, research and development and IT.
||Taoiseach launches 'Case for Investing in Europe’
The focus of recent debates in the US on the global operations of US companies have failed to recognise the vital role overseas affiliates play in the overall success of their parent companies and, by default, the health of the US economy, according to Peter Keegan President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland on behalf of members
||Ireland's tax laws need to be defended - Joanne Richardson
Since the middle of 2012 there has been a consistent flow of stories in international media that has focused on the global tax structures of certain major global companies. These stories have reached a crescendo in the last two weeks and have brought much attention on Ireland's taxation regime. They are likely to continue in the lead up to the G8 summit and the publication of the OECD Report on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.
||President warns of industrial unrest
The President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland warned that a Summer of Discontent on the Industrial Relations front could damage our economic recovery and our international reputation.