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Ireland India Bussiness Association

The IIBA is a member-driven non-profit organization which provides an online membership database and regular networking events in Dublin and Cork, bringing together Irish and Indian businesses for the purpose of exploring opportunities and making contacts. The association also provides a program of seminars and networking events in the form of business briefings with guest speakers. IIBA events have been graced by several eminent dignitaries like former President of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, the then Indian Minister for Corporate Affairs, Dr Salman Kurshid, the India Minister of State for External Affairs, Ms. Preneet Kaur and Irish Minister of State responsible for Trade and Development, Mr. Joe Costello.
The IIBA is able to provide its members with valuable information and contacts on doing business in India and Ireland. Our newsletter for members contains updates on the Indian economy, bilateral trade information, India related activities in Ireland and details of IIBA and partner events. Members will be invited to meet with visiting trade groups and dignitaries from India as well as to participate in trade visits to India organised by the Irish government or IIBA/partner organisations.
IIBA membership is open to public and private sector organisations ranging from large corporations and government agencies to small and medium enterprises as well as individual professionals and students. Our members include successful Irish businesses representing all facets of the business community including accountancy firms, bankers, consultants, distributors, exporters, high-tech companies, life science firms, legal advisers, manufacturers, marketing firms, trade specialists, venture capitalists and various other sectors.
The Association is strongly supported by the Irish and Indian embassies and by our honorary patron, Dr Kiran Mazumdar Shaw – Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon, one of India’s leading bio pharma companies. We maintain close relationships with government agencies, the diplomatic corps and industry bodies both in Ireland and India.

Linda McNulty,
IIBA Secretariat
Dublin Chamber of Commerce
7 Clare Street
Dublin 2
Ireland
Tel: 00 353 1 644 7226

Ibec - For Irish Business

Ibec is the national voice of business in Ireland. Ibec represents the interests of business in Ireland and provides a wide range of direct services to its 7,500 member companies.

Our vision:
Ibec – The most influential, dynamic business representative organisation in Ireland, driving our business agenda in Europe.

Our mission:
Ibec - Leading, shaping and promoting business policy and conditions to drive economic success.


Ibec Head Office
84/86 Lower Baggot Street
Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 605 1500
Fax: (01) 638 1500

Irish Internet Association

The Irish Internet Association is the independent representative body for internet businesses in Ireland. Established in 1997 it has been at the forefront of ensuring that Irish businesses and citizens have the skills, infrastructure and network of support needed to drive growth in the economy. Working with agile start-ups, scaling SMEs and indigenous and FDI corporates, the IIA have a unique insight into the ICT sector in Ireland.

The IIA is a non-profit business association. Members of the association include suppliers of Internet services and products as well as those using the medium for communication, marketing and commerce.

Irish Internet Association,
The Digital Hub,
10-13 Thomas Street,
Dublin 8
T: +353 (0)1 542 4154

Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, is the only independent representative association for Small and Medium Enterprises and currently has in excess of 8,750 members nationwide. Uniquely in Ireland, ISME is independent of big business, big banks and government and gives voice to the issues facing SME owner-managers.

ISME is owned, funded and managed by SME owner-managers, representing the sector through its almost 9,000 members. Therefore we can rightly claim to be the true independent voice of the Irish SME. ISME is a not for profit membership organisation whose National Council is made up of elected owner-managers of SMEs from all over Ireland and from a variety of sectors.

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, is the only independent representative association for Small and Medium Enterprises and currently has in excess of 8,750 members nationwide. Uniquely in Ireland, ISME is independent of big business, big banks and government and gives voice to the issues facing SME owner-managers.

ISME is owned, funded and managed by SME owner-managers, representing the sector through its almost 9,000 members. Therefore we can rightly claim to be the true independent voice of the Irish SME. ISME is a not for profit membership organisation whose National Council is made up of elected owner-managers of SMEs from all over Ireland and from a variety of sectors.

Irish Small and Medium
Enterprises Association,
17 Kildare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Phone : 353 (01) 662 2755
Fax: 353 (01) 661 2157 or (01) 661 0517

Ireland Canada Business Association

Ireland Canada Business Association is the voice of Canadian business in Ireland, providing a network for Irish and Canadian firms, and promoting bilateral investment and trade.

Our objectives are:

To be the representative voice of Canadian Business In Ireland
To be a business network for Canadian companies in Ireland
To be a business network for Irish companies which have invested in or trade with Canada
To provide links to Ireland Canada Chambers of Commerce in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton and Vancouver
To forge stronger commercial ties between Ireland and Canada
To promote the greater knowledge of both countries

ICBA
3 Dublin Road
Leixlip
Co. Kildare
Tel.: (+ 353 1) 624 3031

Ireland Russia Business Association (IRBA)

The Ireland Russia Business Association (IRBA) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting economic links and trade between Ireland and Russia as well as related markets. The organisation is member funded and driven by volunteer engagement. IRBA commenced its operations in 2010 as a subsidiary of the Irish Exporters Association.

Our primary activities include: educating our members though various events, connecting with the market and peers, assisting on policy by engaging with related public bodies and organisations.

Our events attract over 300 business people interested in the market annually. We occasionally distribute news and market information, participate in panel discussions and events of others.

Ireland Russia Business Association
c/o Irish Exporters Association
28 Merrion Square
Dublin 2
Office Staff: Jen Condon
Phone: +353 (0)1 6424178

Chambers Ireland

Chambers Ireland is Ireland's largest business organisation with a network of Chambers of Commerce in every major town and region in the country. We facilitate the growth and development of the Irish chamber network and enable the chambers in the network to effectively promote the long term development of their locality on behalf of their members as well as working towards creating a better environment for business by lobbying the Government and other stakeholders on key policy issues.

Chambers Ireland
3rd Floor,
Newmount House,
Lower Mount Street
Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 400 4300

Dublin Chamber of Commerce

Dublin Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of all businesses in the Greater Dublin Area and as the leading business organisation in the area, the Chamber offers the opportunity to promote your business and to get involved in its future direction.
Our Mission:

Helping your Business succeed in a successful Dublin
Our Vision:

To be THE voice of Dublin business
To be Dublin’s best business network, local and international
To deliver inspiring business learning and leadership

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Dublin Chamber of Commerce
7 Clare Street
T: 00 353 1 644 7200
F: 00 353 1 644 7234

American Chamber of Commerce

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland is the representative body for US companies based in Ireland at both Government and industry level, and within the Irish and international media. Corporate membership of the American Chamber supports the representation of the business agenda of 700 US companies located in Ireland.

Our mission is to be the voice of US companies and position Ireland as the global location of choice for US investment.

The American Chamber keeps Irish decision makers focused on the factors contributing to the continued attractiveness of Ireland as a location for foreign direct investment. The American Chamber is the largest multinational business association within Ireland.

American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.
6 Wilton Place,
Dublin 2,
Ireland
Tel +353 1 6616201
Fax +353 1 6616217