Collaborate to create jobs and to attract FDI

The Ireland Gateway to Europe London events offered Irish business leaders and entrepreneurs the chance to keep Ireland to the forefront as a top location for job creation

30th April, 2017
Anne Keys and Paul McArdle, joint managing partners of The Panel, are pleased with the networking aspect of the event

The recent Ireland Gateway to Europe (IGTE) London events were highly collaborative, with participants representing Ireland’s business community in an effective and personal way, according to Anne Keys and Paul McArdle, joint managing partners of The Panel.

“The IGTE has opened many doors, both in Britain and the US, and has developed excellent partnerships. The partnership with Notre Dame has proven to very beneficial,” said Keys.

“At the events, you get...

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