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Doing Business with Ireland

The Embassy works closely with the Irish State Agencies located in Singapore to promote trade, tourism and inward investment. 

Team Ireland

The Embassy in Singapore and the Honorary Consulate General in Manila work closely with the Irish State Agencies, Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland, which use Singapore as a hub to service the South East Asian market. These Irish State agencies form part of our Local Market Team.

We also work with Tourism Ireland, the agency with responsibility for promoting Irish tourism, and Bord Bia which promotes Irish food and drink around the world.

The Ambassador chairs the Local Market Team whose members work together to maximise opportunities for Irish business interests by:

  • Supporting Irish companies who want to access the local market
  • Providing general advice on doing business locally and, through our network of contacts, pursue opportunities that will benefit Ireland
  • Working to secure market access for Irish products in key sectors
  • Promoting Ireland as a location for tourism and for investment

Business networks

We also work closely with Irish business networks such as the Irish Chamber of Commerce, Singapore to promote Irish business and economic interests through key contacts and business links. The Embassy also links up with members of the Global Irish Network in the region to promote Irish business and economic interests through key contacts and business links.