The US-Ireland business relationship is continuing to reach record levels of growth and investment on both sides of the Atlantic.
In 2022, there were 167 new investment announcements from US MNCs in Ireland, accounting for 69 percent of all new multinational investments in the country. There are now 950 US companies in Ireland, employing 376,000 people directly and indirectly and spending more than €31 billion in the Irish economy annually. Meanwhile, Ireland remains the 9th largest source of FDI to the US with 650 Irish companies employing over 100,000 people across all 50 states.
AmCham’s 2023 US-Ireland Business Report is the definitive guide to the priorities, ambitions and challenges of the two-way trade and investment relationship between Ireland and the United States.
AmCham is returning to Croke Park for our Global Business Conference on Wednesday 29 March. This event is sponsored by Bank of America with the Irish Times as media partners, and the US Chamber of Commerce as our US conference partner.
Attendees will hear from leading experts on subjects including innovation, talent strategy, the climate challenge, and immersive technology.
We are honoured to be joined by Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O'Brien, US Ambassador to Ireland, Claire D. Cronin; Seamus Fives, AmCham's 2023 President; CEO of Enterprise Ireland, Leo Clancy; Global CEO and Chairman of Bank of America, Brian Moynihan, and leadership from AmCham member companies.
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