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The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has today warmly welcomed Limerick County Council’s decision to vary the local area development plan in support of the proposed €150m Northern Distributor road.
Loretta Brennan Glucksman will become the second recipient of the Kennedy-Lemass Medal at a ceremony organised by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland during its Independence Day Lunch on July 4th in Dublin. Over 700 people will be present for the Award ceremony.
3D4Medical, the University of Limerick and IBM Research were the winners of the 2017 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards, jointly presented by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner in the Clayton Burlington Hotel, Dublin on Friday night.
The Award will be presented at the American Chamber’s Thanksgiving Lunch on 23 November 2017 in Dublin.
The American Chamber is delighted to once again support International Women's Day. The Chamber's Women in Global Organisations Network (WGO) in particular, supports and promotes excellence, inspiration and success for all women in business.
On the 14th of March, the WGO network will host a unique live interactive transatlantic conversation taking place simultaneously in Dublin and New York. This discussion will be led by a number of prominent business leaders who will consider what it takes to have a global mindset.
American Chamber of Commerce Ireland
President’s Lunch, 2 March 2017 hears that US investment in Ireland and Irish investment in the US now stands at an all-time high.
Over 300,000 jobs created on both sides of the Atlantic
‘US-Ireland Business 2017’ report launched and shortlist for the US Ireland Research Innovation Awards announced.
Mr O'Connor addressed members at the President's Lunch on opportunities and challenges for global trade and his ambitions for his presidency this year.
Indeed, the world’s largest job site, today announced expansion plans for its Dublin-based headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), adding 500 new employees over the next two years.