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American Chamber Ireland is looking for a talented and innovative individual to join its dynamic team. The full-time, contract position of Membership Services Executive is a great opportunity to work with Ireland’s most innovative and collaborative companies and their diverse teams.
Now in their fifth year, The US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards celebrate cutting-edge research and innovations of outstanding calibre in a range of sectors.
Issued 9 October, 2019. Speaking in response to Budget 2019, The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland welcomed continued reductions in the personal tax burden, which it believes is needed to make it easier to attract and retain jobs in Ireland. However, the Chamber notes that Ireland’s personal tax regime still remains uncompetitive on the global stage and believes future budgets should continue this trend of pro-jobs reform of our personal tax system.
The two-way economic role played by the US in Ireland, and Ireland in the US is becoming more increasingly important - a transatlantic relationship that directly supports over 255,000 jobs.
Leader of the Opposition, Micheál Martin, T.D., was guest of honour today at the annual American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) Cork Business Lunch, in the Maryborough Hotel, Douglas.
Chamber welcomes decision by Government to legislate for newly established Land Development Agency (LDA) to purchase state-owned land as a mechanism for encouraging increased land development.
American Chamber Ireland is looking for a talented and innovative individual to join its dynamic team. The newly created full time position of Senior Membership Executive is a great opportunity to work with Ireland’s most innovative and collaborative companies and their diverse teams.
Celebrating the collaboration, experience, expertise, talent, and passion that makes the US-Ireland relationship so unique, the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland marked Independence Day 2018 with six hundred members of the Ireland-US business community attending the annual 4th of July lunch at Dublin’s Clayton Hotel.