The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Ireland is a free elective association of Irish, Italian and other national economic operators, whose purpose is the development and protection of economic interchange between Ireland and Italy.
Encourage the development of relations and commercial and economic exchanges between Italy and Ireland, but also to foster technical and economic collaboration between entrepreneurs and professionals in the two countries.
Give concrete answers to the operators and institutions that need information on the economic situation and on the opportunities offered in the most attractive sectors of the Irish / Italian economy and it also materializes in a constant work of raising awareness among the local and national authorities of the two countries about the needs of the business world.
The IICC’s commitment is constantly aimed at positively addressing the development trajectories to lead to the growth of the Italian-Irish economic system.
Furthermore, the IICC, being aware and strongly convinced that the culture of the two countries has a fundamental role in the collective and individual development of the communities, constantly collaborates with numerous social and cultural initiatives coming from Italy or Ireland.
We are a non-profit Irish association established at the Companies Registration Office in Dublin.
Our aim is to foster, safeguard, develop, skills, commercial, industrial and financial relations between the two countries. (Italy and Ireland).
We work with the Italian Embassy in Ireland to develop synergies in support of “Made in Italy” and with the Institutions that recognize us as a leading contact person for all activities related to Italy.
In fact, the Chamber offers a wide range of promotion, assistance and consultancy services to its members.
To achieve its mission the Chamber of Commerce deals with:
How we operate
To achieve our goals, we work with our Associates and with Italian and local businesses, as well as with all public and private entities that act in an organized way to support the internationalization of companies, in particular: Regions, Chambers of Commerce , Trade associations, Fairs, Consortia, Cooperatives, Business networks, Industrial districts, Banks, Economic departments and territorial development, international organizations.