Minister McGrath Recognises AmCham Members for their Vital Work Supporting the Economy


Minister for Finance, Michael McGrath TD, told AmCham members that Ireland’s strong and prosperous economy could not exist without the work of US multinationals here.  Speaking as Guest of Honour at AmCham’s 2023 Independence Day Lunch this week, Minister McGrath said: "I want to take the opportunity to acknowledge the work undertaken by AmCham members across a wide range of sectors that are so vital to the dynamic economy that we enjoy in Ireland today.

The Majority of US Companies in Ireland Plan to Hire this year - AmCham Survey


Most US companies with operations in Ireland, plan to increase employment here over the net 12 months, according to a new FDI Quarterly Insights survey by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.  

AmCham Launches 2024 Pre-Budget Submission


Earlier this week, AmCham launched its Budget 2024 submission 'Building an Impactful ireland - For 2050 and Beyond'. AmCham has put forward its recommendations to Government focused on capacity building and infrastructure delivery, energy certainty and sustainability, excellence in research, excellence in talent, and digital transformation.

American Chamber presents US Ireland Business Awards at 2023 Annual Dinner


AmCham presented the 2023 US Ireland Business Awards at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner in The Clayton Burlington Hotel, Dublin, attended by around 500  members of the US-Ireland business community The winners of the 2023 AmCham US Ireland Business Awards are: Global Leadership Award - Lorna Martyn, Senior Vice President of Technology, Fidelity Ireland Global Impact Award – ICON Global Community Award - Qualtrics 5 for the Fight

AmCham Attends Roundtable with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce Suzanne Clarke


AmCham President Seamus Fives and AmCham CEO Mark Redmond were delighted to attend a keynote address and roundtable event with An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, and CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce Suzanne Clarke in Washington DC on Tuesday. 

An Tánaiste Micheál Martin, Launches AmCham’s 2023 US-Ireland Business Report in New York


AmCham was delighted to be joined by An Tánaiste Micheál Martin on Tuesday, at the Consulate General of Ireland, New York, for the New York launch of its 2023 US-Ireland Business Report, ‘Ireland – Strengthening Transatlantic Ties.’ Speaking at the launch of the Report the Tánaiste said: “US companies have been investing in Ireland since before the foundation of the state, with the first Ford tractors rolling off the assembly line in Cork in 1919."

Minister Simon Harris TD, Launches AmCham’s 2023 US-Ireland Business Report in San Francisco


Minister Simon Harris, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science joined AmCham on Tuesday, for the San Franscisco launch of its 2023 US-Ireland Business Report, ‘Ireland – Strengthening Transatlantic Ties.’  Speaking at the launch, AmCham 2023 Vice President, Elaine Murphy, spoke about the importance of the US-Ireland trade and investment relationship.  

AmCham Special Report in the Irish Examiner


AmCham is delighted to have partnered with the Irish Examiner for our annual ‘US-Business in Ireland’ special Report.  

AmCham Announces Shortlist for Global Community Award and Winner of Global Leadership Award


AmCham is delighted to formally announce shortlist for the Global Community Award as part of its prestigious 2023 US-Ireland Business Awards 2023.

AmCham Announces its Global Impact Award Shortlist for the 2023 US-Ireland Business Awards


AmCham is delighted to formally announce the shortlist for its prestigious US-Ireland Business Awards 2023.

Minister Michael McGrath Addresses AmCham Members at Thanksgiving Lunch


Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, spoke 700 to AmCham members yesterday, outlining the important role of US MNCs in the Irish economy. 

AmCham Survey Shows US Multinationals Expect Continued Job Growth in Ireland


61 percent of American Chamber members expect the number of employees in their Irish operations to increase over the next 12 months, new figures show.