Ibec - for Irish business

Ireland:
A Model of Substance

This Ibec campaign tells the story of the evolution and substance of the Irish business model.

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Ireland: A Model of Substance

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Why this campaign matters

Substance has taken Ireland from economic laggard to the fastest growing economy in the developed world, and substance will help us lead both the economy and society to an assured future.

For small open countries like Ireland we must ensure that global economies remain committed to the open policies that have benefitted so many and that the nature and structure of the Irish economic model is understood.

It is therefore vital that business and other stakeholders understand how we have got to where we are today and to talk about the development of Ireland as a model of substance.

Ireland: A Model of Substance

Six reasons why Ireland is a model of substance

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Media & Speeches

Ibec's most up to date media engagements promoting the substance of the Irish business model.

CSO figures confirm strength of Irish economy

15th December 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, welcomed the National Accounts figures published today by the CSO as further evidence that the Irish economy is in strong shape as it faces into major

Ibec CEO Danny McCoy interview (audio clip)

14th December 2017
Ireland is a huge beneficiary of globalisation. It has a business model of substance with depth, diversity, and years of tactical policy planning and implementation behind it. Ireland has a

"Ireland: A Model of Substance" launches in Brussels

05th December 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, launched its campaign “Ireland: a model of substance” in Brussels today, showcasing the transformational story of a country accelerating from

Growth of 4.8% for 2017 & 3.9% in 2018 forecasted - Ibec

07th November 2017
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today published its latest Quarterly Economic Outlook (attached), which forecasts growth of 4.8% for 2017, and 3.9% in 2018. This growth is being

Ibec Business Leaders Conference 2017

03rd November 2017
Our story of economic substance – What makes Ireland unique? Ireland is the best example of EU success for a small open economy built on a globalised business model. Danny McCoy, Ibec CEO, explores

Ireland to host globally renowned BioPharma conference 2018

24th October 2017
BioPharmaChemIreland (BPCI)- the Ibec group that represents the sector, alongside the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA) and the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and

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For further information

For further information, to organise briefings and to request hard copies of the report, contact the Ibec corporate affairs team at: (01) 605 1527.