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Ceisteanna - Questions - Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Real Estate Investment Trusts (11 Nov 2021)

Eoin Ó Broin: ...the Mail on Sunday, in which the Department of Finance stated these investors, investors the Minister called cuckoo funds, were spooked and that the Minister needed to engage with them to reassure them Ireland is open for business. Perhaps he will treat the question with the same seriousness with which he addressed this issue when he was in opposition, or perhaps it is another one of the...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (9 Nov 2021)

Mary Lou McDonald: Nobody is against investment and Ireland is open for business. We all know that-----

Seanad: Interim Report of the Seanad Special Select Committee on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union: Motion (30 Sep 2021)

Thomas Byrne: ...mission and there was plenty of food and no issues. Some supermarkets are substituting as well. We also know that Northern Ireland has some of the largest pig processing factories, probably in the world. That got lost during the summer. The protocol is a huge opportunity for them. We must continue to remind people that Northern Ireland is open for business. One of the difficulties...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport: Issues facing the Aviation Industry: Discussion (Resumed) (23 Jun 2021)

...the world for that. With Tourism Ireland getting the marketing funding we are proposing on the back of previous task force recommendations, we believe the message will go out to the world that Ireland is open for business. If we can back that up with the route incentive scheme we are proposing today, there will be a market for the future. The same also applies to foreign direct...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Impact of Brexit on the Agrifood Industry: Discussion (Resumed) (15 Dec 2020)

.... We have invested in lead generation to identify who the buyers are and profile the buyers to know who we are targeting. We have invested in communicating with those buyers so that they know that Ireland is open for business. We have invested in getting those buyers to come to a virtual platform to meet Irish industry. We are all experiencing a different world of engaging virtually...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (11 Oct 2018)

Catherine Martin: ...Party's Waste Reduction Bill. The Government has opposed our Bill and the Labour Party Bill to ban microbeads, has opposed Deputy Bríd Smith's climate emergency Bill, and has continually declared that Ireland is open for business when it comes to fossil fuel extraction. At the end of the day, on the international stage, Ireland is the second worst performer in the EU on climate...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Planning Issues (17 May 2018)

Billy Kelleher: ...for future foreign direct investment for data centre projects and delays in the planning system; and her plans and the contingencies that will be put place by her Department and the IDA to ensure Ireland is open for business for such investments (details supplied). [21970/18]

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Defence: Brexit Issues: British Irish Chamber of Commerce (1 Feb 2018)

Mr. Eoin O'Neill: Last week we ran an evening for 170 younger Irish business leaders in the UK under the banner, Ireland is Open for Business, not about Brexit, with significant support from the Irish Ambassador, HE Mr. Adrian O'Neill, who hosted the evening for us. One of the universal facts was the strength of the Erasmus programme. Fondly remembered on the night was the late, Peter...

Financial Resolutions 2018 - Financial Resolution No. 4: General (Resumed) (11 Oct 2017)

Pat Breen: ...to around 130. The additional funding will also facilitate the roll-out of further awareness-raising initiatives relating to the general data protection regulation, GDPR, which will come into law in May 2018. In conclusion, I offer my assurance that Ireland is open for business and well positioned for the years ahead. The measures announced in budget 2018 provide further evidence of...

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources: Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan (9 May 2017)

Denis Naughten: ...development.  A Communications Strategy has also been developed to showcase Ireland’s significant potential and strong offering in this area, to raise the profile of the Irish ocean energy industry and to communicate that Ireland is "open for business". In addition, legislative proposals for a new streamlined development consent process for offshore renewable energy in the...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Economic Impact of Brexit: Discussion (Resumed) (15 Dec 2016)

Mary Butler: I fully agree with the Deputy. The message needs to go out that Ireland is open for business. We must try to encourage as much foreign direct investment into Ireland as we can, and I know that is what the Minister and her Department are trying to do.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Economic Impact of Brexit: Discussion (Resumed) (8 Nov 2016)

...between the private sector, the State and civic society to get the plan executed line by line. Second, and this can be done right away, is to get an unambiguous message out internationally that Ireland is open for business. Many people are spinning against Ireland, against Dublin and against the regions by saying that we could not take the new business as we do not have the offices, the...

Financial Resolutions 2017 - Financial Resolution No. 2: General (Resumed) (12 Oct 2016)

Darragh O'Brien: ...of ensuring that our embassies are fully equipped to deal with Brexit and that they would be resourced to be able to respond to the challenges that Brexit will pose and to spread the message across the world that Ireland is open for business and trade. If there is no additional funding in this area to resource our embassies, how in God's name is this Department or the Government going to...

Government Appeal of European Commission Decision on State Aid to Apple: Motion (7 Sep 2016) See 1 other result from this debate

Michael Healy-Rae: ...measure or account for what it will mean for us in Ireland, we need to be cautious and prudent. We have to make the right decisions at all times to ensure, as Deputy Grealish stated, that people know Ireland is open for business, welcoming to business and investment and a sure, sound, solid country to come to, work in and make money in.

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Regional Development, Rural Affairs, Arts and the Gaeltacht: Culture 2025 - Éire Ildánach: a Framework Policy to 2025 and Related Matters: Discussion (7 Sep 2016)

...funding cuts and the difficult economic circumstances which the indigenous production sector has experienced, it remains a vibrant industry. It is Ireland's window to a worldwide audience, contributes to the message that Ireland is open for business, provides valuable high-end employment and plays a significant role in attracting tourism. Culture 2025 is an opportunity to help the sector...

Seanad: Delivering Sustainable Full Employment: Statements (Resumed) (30 Jun 2016)

Neale Richmond: .... Bearing in mind the events of the past week in the UK, I encourage everyone not to leave it solely to the Minister, IDA Ireland or Enterprise Ireland. We should all shout out loud and clear that Ireland is open for business.

National Cultural Institutions (National Concert Hall) Bill 2015: Instruction to Committee (8 Oct 2015)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: ...the employment opportunities that can be generated and the way it conveys to the world a sense of the dynamism that exists in Ireland. It is probably the most powerful method we have of communicating with the world, of saying Ireland is open for business across a spectrum of areas in which the country can avail of international investment and encourage the continued development of the...

Public Accounts Committee: Draft Report on Visit to Vietnam (2 Apr 2015)

Paul Connaughton: ...products. We should ensure we reap the rewards of the product we sell to them. During our visit we met the Vietnamese Minister for planning and investment and Deputy Deasy raised with him that Ireland is open for business and that we would like to do business with them. It was a very worthwhile trip and taxpayers can be reassured that money is spent prudently. The aid programme must be...

Seanad: Geological Survey of Ireland: Statements (Resumed) (2 Dec 2014)

Joe McHugh: ...acknowledge all the people involved in all the companies engaged in lead and zinc extraction. There is momentum in the industry. There are 634 prospecting licences. The message from my Department is there is an enthusiasm in this regard. Ireland is open for business in terms of lead and zinc extraction. The Senator also alluded to the Tellus project and its benefits as well as his...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Ministerial Travel (11 Mar 2014)

Richard Bruton: ...to Ireland. The Taoiseach's visit, which included stops in Philadelphia and Cleveland, was aimed at delivering a message to international business people, investors and the Irish diaspora, that Ireland is open for business. Over the course of the visit, the Taoiseach: - Officially opened the new US headquarters for Enterprise Ireland client, Zenith Technologies, in Philadelphia; -...

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