First
Joint Business
Council Meeting
Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC) - Riyadh
Second
Riyadh
Third
Outside
Government Buildings
Taoiseach Enda Kenny Receives Saudi Delegation
prior to Joint Business Council (JBC) Meeting - Nov 2016
Fourth
FIRST JBC PLENARY SESSION
Riyadh, April 2013
Fifth
Irish Delegates meet with the
Chairman of Saudi Electric Company (SEC)
May 2017
Sixth
Joint Business Council
Meeting, The Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Dublin - Feb 2018
Seventh
Cliffs of Moher
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About ISABC

The Ireland Saudi Arabia Business Council (ISABC) signed an agreement with our strategic partner in the Kingdom, the Council of Saudi Chambers, in June 2012 in Riyadh to promote trade, investment, technology transfer and services through a Joint Business Council. ISABC fosters the development of commercial activity between Ireland and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ISABC also promotes friendship, understanding, and other matters of mutual interest between the business communities and peoples of the two countries. 

Services

Commercial Relations & Business Alliances

With a vision to develop enduring and sustainable bilateral commercial relations between Ireland and Saudi Arabia, our objective is to create access for Irish business in the Saudi market and the same for Saudi business and investment in the Irish market. We provide high-level, private sector, business networking structures and opportunities for Irish companies.

Networking Events & Other Social - Business Events 

We strive to be the best high-level networking and business organization in Ireland, we focus on the needs of our customers and contribute to the success of their business, and thereby deliver sustainable value to our stakeholders who are Irish companies of all sizes. We work closely with both governments and their agencies, particularly Enterprise Ireland.

Themed Events

To foster the business alliance between Ireland and Saudi Arabia, we deliver key services to enable companies to grow their business interests in the Irish and Saudi markets by connecting companies to relevant business prospects and decision-makers. Since our first JBC in 2013, over 15 MOUs and agreements have been signed between Irish and Saudi groups and companies.

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Events

Ireland-Saudi Arabia Business Forum 5/8 October 2021, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The Ireland Saudi Arabia Business Council(ISABC) participated in the Business…
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Register ASAP for the next B2B, Plenary Session in Saudi Arabia, 5th – 8th October 2021.

The Federation of Saudi Chambers (new name for the Council…
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‘Doing Business in Saudi Arabia’ Webinar Event Hosted by ISABC and Leman Solicitors

Event Details: Tuesday March 23, 2021 10:00am (Dublin) 1.00pm (KSA)…
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ISABC Webinar and Presentation – Brexit and Why Ireland.

This webinar by Leman Solicitors in partnership with ISABC was…
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Why Should you join?

Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the Gulf region with a population of 32 million, and the largest economy in the Arab World with a GDP of USD 683.7 billion. It is the only G-20-member country in the region. 

Saudi 2030 Vision is a plan to reduce Saudi dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop public service & private sectors such as health, education, infrastructure, recreation and tourism. Goals include reinforcing economic and investment activities, increasing non-oil industry trade between countries through goods and consumer products, and increasing government spending, manufacturing equipment etc.

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