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Doing Business with Ireland

How We Can Help

At the Embassy and through our network of Consulates General across the United States, we work closely with Irish State Agencies to promote trade, inward investment and tourism.

The Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin

We can:

  • Support Irish companies who want to find and access new markets and help with resolving commercial difficulties where possible
  • Provide general advice on doing business locally and, through our network of contacts, pursue export and investment opportunities that will benefit Ireland
  • Work to secure market access for Irish products in key sectors

Team Ireland

We work closely with key Irish state agencies to promote trade, inward investment and tourism. With offices across the United States focused on Irish exports to the US, inward investment to Ireland from the US , the support of Irish food and drinks products in the US and tourism to Ireland, these Irish state agencies form part of our Local Market Team. The Ambassador chairs the Local Market Team which work together to maximise opportunities for Irish business interests.

The Embassy and our network of Consulates General across the United States also work with a range of business organisations and networks throughout the US, with a view to supporting and assisting our trade, inward investment and tourism interests.

More than 120 members of the Irish Government's Global Irish Network are based across the United States.