Welcome from Aidan Lynch, President of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce
As President of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, I'm delighted to welcome you to this comprehensive and valuable guide to doing business in Ireland.
The two way trade relationship between the islands of Ireland and Great Britain has never been stronger.
The historic State visits of HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to Ireland in May 2011 together with the visit in 2014 of President Michael D Higgins to Britain marked the strong economic and political relationship between our two islands.
The Irish economy is on an upward trajectory and a growing number of UK firms are expanding their trading relationships in Ireland. As the economies of both countries strengthen, the opportunities for both Irish companies looking to scale their business in the UK and British companies starting to export are considerable.
It is therefore important that both British and Irish companies are aware of the strong levels of assistance available from business support organisations and the State agencies in both countries.
We as a Chamber, together with our Government support agencies and advisory partners in Ireland and the UK, are on hand to help, encourage and promote all opportunities for trade and investment between these islands.
Whether you are a multinational or a local SME that is expanding, the information within this guide will assist you greatly and help you to identify new trade and investment opportunities.
We wish you every success in your endeavours and we look forward to supporting you and your business in the future.
President - British Irish Chamber of Commerce
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