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The Focal Point of British Irish Business

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce was founded in 2011 ahead of the historic visit of HM Queen Elizabeth II to Ireland and the subsequent State visit of President Michael D. Higgins to Britain. The objective of the Chamber is to champion the €60 billion annual trade between the UK and Ireland which directly sustains over 400,000 jobs. We are a bilateral Chamber, engaging members from across two islands and five legislative bodies in meaningful dialogue with a common purpose.

Excellent networking events help our members to find new suppliers and markets. Sector driven policy committees enable firms to jointly examine opportunities and threats and to think about collaborative growth in Europe and beyond.

Maintaining Focus on Two Way Trade

The Chamber plays a vital role in maintaining focus on the value of two-way trade between the United Kingdom and Ireland, for business, for our governments and our communities.

The Chamber enables vital access between our governments, policymakers, industry and employers for the benefit of all. We ensure viewpoints are heard and respectfully discussed and we champion cooperation for the mutual interests of all our stakeholders.

To join, please contact:

Yve O’Driscoll

Mobile: +353 (0) 86 041 1831