What we do

In cooperation with the Irish and Canadian business community ICCCOTT: • Promotes bilateral trade, investment, research and development between the two countries • Facilitates access to a broad cross-section of relevant contacts • Promotes and support programs that focus on trade, commerce including sports, culture, and education as they relate to business. • Provides networking opportunities for members by organizing meetings with high profile speakers • Supports its members in the local, national and international business communities • Represents business views of members before the Irish-Canadian government in Dublin and Ottawa.

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Networking

Networking

Networking is at the heart of what we do. From meetings to receptions to seminars, we offer a wide range of formal and informal events in Ottawa’s downtown business core.
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News Feeds

News Feeds

Our Subscription includes Irish and Canadian economic, financial, political and sports related news feeds.
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Membership

Membership

Membership benefits include an online member directory listing, sponsorship opportunities, as well as promotion through our website, quarterly newsletter, and lively social media outlets.
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Events

Events

ICCCOTT organizes business and social networking events throughout the year at discounted rates for our members.
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From the Office of the President

Profile pic JG 2016Welcome to ICCCOTT’s fall season of events and opportunities!

After a very hot 2016 summer, we look forward to enjoying cooler autumn evenings and the events of the season.

We have a number of high value speakers and events in the planning and updates to share about new relationships forged over the summer.  Stay tuned for further information over the next few weeks.

As a valued ICCCOTT member, I wanted to share with you a trade event that is upcoming in October. You are invited to participate at the Ireland Canada Business Asscoiation (ICBA) Biennial Business Summit on 27th October 2016 in Dublin, Ireland.

The summit is a one-day forum “Celebrating and Strengthening the Trade and Tourism Links between Ireland & Canada. Mr. Jim Kelly, Ambassador of Ireland to Canada will deliver opening remarks. The speaker line-up includes former Quebec Premier, Jean Charest and Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan and a closing keynote presentation by Canadian Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin Vickers.

The audience will consist of CEO’s doing business in Canada and Canadian Entrepreneurs doing business in Ireland accompanied by policy makers and business leaders. This event’s objective is to strengthen the many relationships that exist between Ireland and Canada within the context of CETA being implemented.

As this momentous trade agreement comes to fruition, this summit will highlight the potential that exists for Irish and Canadian firms alike. The event will be hosted in the offices of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the historical Iveagh House in Dublin 2 from 9:30 – 5pm.” The summit includes an end of day drinks reception to round off the event. There is no charge to attend the Summit. View an agenda here.

This is an opportunity to expand your international business network, explore new revenue opportunities and let’s not forget, a golf game or four!

To register for the Summit on Thursday 28th please follow the link, click on image and then on the “Register” button at the bottom of the page.

Hotel space in Dublin can be at a premium and the ICBA has arranged a preferential ICBA rate in the Radisson Blue Royal Hotel, Golden Lane in Dublin at €200 per night. If interested, please contact marion.chollier@radissonblu.com directly.

If you wish to attend or have any questions, please contact me directly at president@icccott.ca.

Regards,

Jacqueline Gilna

President