Allstate sees potential for Ireland as global business hub

Allstate sees potential for Ireland as global business hub

Ireland is becoming the ‘back office’ for Allstate Sales Group (ASG) with the introduction of software development and CAD support centres in Waterford and Sligo where the American company is expanding.

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Automation solutions for MedTech sector

Automation solutions for MedTech sector

Vivian Farrell discusses Modular Automation’s role in servicing the world’s leading MedTech companies.

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Jameson continues on phenomenal conquest of United States

Jameson continues on phenomenal conquest of United States

John Daly meets Conor McQuaid to discuss the success of Irish Distillers in USA.

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Edwards Lifesciences developing innovative treatments

Edwards Lifesciences developing innovative treatments

Nathan Tenzer outlines the growth plans at the Edwards Lifesciences plant in Limerick.

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Horizon8 to create 50 jobs in new Cork office

Horizon8 to create 50 jobs in new Cork office

Innovative technology company Horizon8 is expected to create 50 jobs in Cork City centre.

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UCC’s interdisciplinary mode of problem solving

UCC’s interdisciplinary mode of problem solving

Dr Paul Bolger offers insights into how UCC’s environmental research has won deserved global acclaim.

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Gecas: At the heart of high-flying Irish aviation

Gecas: At the heart of high-flying Irish aviation

John Daly discusses Ireland’s role in the global aviation services sector with John Ludden of GECAS.

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APC at interface of food and medicine

APC at interface of food and medicine

Prof Paul Ross says demand is soaring globally for APC Microbiome’s research on food and gut health.

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Baker Hughes doubles staff in three years

Baker Hughes doubles staff in three years

Paul Sheahan and Diarmaid Mulholland outline Ireland’s pivotal role in the global growth of energy tech firm Baker Hughes.

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Opportunities on horizon as tax laws evolve

Opportunities on horizon as tax laws evolve

Caroline O’Driscoll of Deloitte reflects on the depth of US-Irish ties.

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PepsiCo: Four decades of sustained investment in Ireland

PepsiCo: Four decades of sustained investment in Ireland

We talk to Cliona Murphy, vice-president of quality assurance at PepsiCo and site lead for the company’s research and development centre in Ireland.

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US-Irish enterprise culture is a two-way street

US-Irish enterprise culture is a two-way street

Sean Davis of Enterprise Ireland looks at the success of Irish firms employing 106,000 people in the US.

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IDA’s regional strategy is paying big dividends

IDA’s regional strategy is paying big dividends

Ray O’Connor looks at the reasons why 55,000 regional jobs were created by IDA-backed companies from 2015-19.

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US-Irish film and TV production company sees success on both sides of the Atlantic

US-Irish film and TV production company sees success on both sides of the Atlantic

Julie Ryan reflects on the global success in film and television of MK1 Studios.

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Steady stream of foreign investment proves IDA strategy has stood the test of time

Steady stream of foreign investment proves IDA strategy has stood the test of time

Mary Buckley, IDA Ireland, outlines key findings in the IDA’s 2015-19 strategy review.

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Ireland and the US: A bond worthy of celebration

Ireland and the US: A bond worthy of celebration

Last month Apple was honoured by IDA Ireland for its contribution to Ireland as they celebrate 40 years here.

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New talent development award is to be presented at American Chamber annual dinner

New talent development award is to be presented at American Chamber annual dinner

The Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland have jointly announced a new award category which will recognise innovation within talent development in the 2020 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards.

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Collaboration key to US-Irish success

Collaboration key to US-Irish success

A series of 14 ‘State-specific’ guides, providing practical tips and advice to Irish firms seeking to establish business in the USA for the first time, is currently being compiled and published by the American Chamber of Commerce.

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Apple one of the brightest stars in US-Irish success story

Apple one of the brightest stars in US-Irish success story

Joe Dermody reflects on 40 years of Apple in Ireland.

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BAM paving a global path in 2020

BAM paving a global path in 2020

Theo Cullinane, CEO of BAM, says the future is bright for the construction sector in Ireland.

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KPMG: Shaping the FDI workforce of the future

KPMG: Shaping the FDI workforce of the future

Disruptive technologies are transforming the world of work, as multinationals and indigenous firms alike seeking ways to gain a competitive advantage, with many roles becoming outdated in this new age of automation.

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William Fry upbeat on bright future for Irish economy

William Fry upbeat on bright future for Irish economy

Brian O’Callaghan reports on good signs for business in Ireland.

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Cork 2020: Starting a bright new decade of investment

Cork 2020: Starting a bright new decade of investment

Matheson is an award- winning Irish law firm headquartered in Dublin with offices in Cork, London, New York, Palo Alto, and San Francisco.

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Gilead Sciences: building a sustainable future

Gilead Sciences: building a sustainable future

Gilead Sciences is a leading biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercialises innovative medicines in areas of unmet medical need.

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Principles and practicalities of digital transformation

Principles and practicalities of digital transformation

Joe Aherne, CEO, ReganStein, on digital evolution in business.

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Boston Scientific Cork completes recovery

Boston Scientific Cork completes recovery

Boston Scientific Cork has completed a remarkable recovery over the past number of years.

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US-Irish links can be even stronger

US-Irish links can be even stronger

Kyran Fitzgerald analyses the latest economic signals which point towards continuing good times the US-Irish trade.

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Total gridlock: US and Irish holidaymakers crossing the Atlantic to see how the other half lives

Total gridlock: US and Irish holidaymakers crossing the Atlantic to see how the other half lives

Joe McNamee talks to industry leaders about the steady rise in US-Irish tourism

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Multinational corporations going local to innovate

Multinational corporations going local to innovate

Foreign direct investment is significant for Ireland and 2019 marked 70 years since the creation of IDA Ireland.

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Pfizer Ireland set to grow in 2020 and beyond

Pfizer Ireland set to grow in 2020 and beyond

Dr Paul Duffy explains Ireland’s key role in Pfizer’s global strategy.

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Shaping the future of Transatlantic trade

Shaping the future of Transatlantic trade

AmCham Transatlantic Conference 2020 on Thursday, March 5, in Croke Park, will bring together the leading voices of the Transatlantic business relationship

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Shannon Group driving regional growth

Shannon Group driving regional growth

Ray O’Driscoll of Shannon Group reports on exciting times for the West of Ireland.

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Ideas marathon to make Ireland a better place to live and work kicks off

Ideas marathon to make Ireland a better place to live and work kicks off

More than 120 participants from across 100 companies descended on DCU Saint Patrick’s Campus for the fourth annual American Chamber Emerging Leaders Hackathon 2020 which rang from Thursday to Saturday, February 6 to 8 — in what has been described as a weekend of ideas and the ultimate networking event.

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Southern capital is an excellent destination for global investors

Southern capital is an excellent destination for global investors

Tim Lucey explains why the world’s leading companies choose to operate from Cork.

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Atlantia Food Clinical Trials: 'We have our sights set on new markets'

Atlantia Food Clinical Trials: "We have our sights set on new markets"

Andrea Doolan, CEO and co-founder of UCC spinout Atlantia Food Clinical Trials, discusses the company's rapid growth in Chicago

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Open for business: The College of Science, Engineering and Food Science, UCC

Open for business: The College of Science, Engineering and Food Science, UCC

Professor Séamus Davis is leading a joint study on Quantum Materials for UCC and University of Oxford. Gain insights on this and other innovative UCC research projects.

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