AmCham Announces 7 Shortlisted Projects for its 2024 Global Impact Award 

23.02.2024
General

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) is delighted to announce that 7 outstanding projects have been shortlisted for its 2024 Global Impact Award.  

The Global Impact Award is presented to a team or organisation for a project that has had a significant positive, global, or international impact on markets or society. This Award is presented as part of AmCham’s prestigious US-Ireland Business Awards.  

From an extensive and competitive field of entrants, an independent judging panel chaired by Professor Brian MacCraith, selected 7 projects that demonstrated a positive global impact in areas including research, development and innovation, talent development, advanced manufacturing/industry 4.0-5.0, digitisation/artificial intelligence, sustainability, and supply chain innovation. 

The shortlisted organisations and projects for AmCham’s 2024 Global Impact Award are: 

  • McKesson Ireland for its AI Initiative led by the McKesson Technology Team 
  • PepsiCo Ireland for its Flagship Sustainability Site in Carrigaline 
  • Analog Devices for IPCEI FANFARE 
  • University of Limerick for its AWS - Immersive Software Engineering (ISE) Global Fellowship Programme 
  • Intel Ireland for Fab34 
  • Collins Aerospace for its Applied Research & Technology (ART) organisation in Ireland
  • University of Galway, Cisco, Science Foundation Ireland and Cúram for their Home Health Project 

In the coming weeks, AmCham will be showcasing each of the fantastic, shortlisted projects in the 2024 Global Impact Award category across our relevant channels.  

Congratulations to all the shortlisted companies and thank you to everyone who applied to the 2024 US-Ireland Business Awards.  

We will be announcing the shortlisted organisations for the 2024 Global Community Award and the winner of the 2024 Global Leadership Award on March 1st.  

A huge thank you to our US-Ireland Business Awards sponsors, BT Ireland, and EY and to our media partner The Irish Times.