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ConnectIreland is for everybody

ConnectIreland is an innovative way to create new jobs in Ireland by harnessing the power of your global connections. Our mission is to attract companies that are expanding internationally so they locate in Ireland and create new jobs in the Irish economy. ConnectIreland is an innovative way to create new jobs in Ireland by harnessing the power of your global connections. Our mission is to attract companies that are expanding internationally so they locate in Ireland and create new jobs in the Irish economy.

 

 

Connectireland is for everybody

 

The ConnectIreland programme is open to everyone around the world. Wherever you come from, whatever your nationality, if you can introduce our team to a company that is expanding internationally, we want to speak with you.

 

You can also use your connections to help find companies that are growing. We all have connections – some of whom are working in or have friends working in, expanding companies. Through your friends, business contacts or extended family, you can work together to introduce our team to an expanding company.

 

Ultimately, we want to speak with a decision maker in one of these growing organisations. We will explain why they should locate in Ireland. Can you or your contacts help us by arranging a telephone appointment with a decision maker in a company that is expanding internationally? If so, that's how you can help create jobs in Ireland and earn a reward for you or your charity.

 

Everybody can connect Ireland

 

Think about everyone you know.

 

Some suggestions:

 

Where are your secondary school friends working now? What about people you knew in primary school?

 

Review your family tree – where do your first and second cousins live?

 

Scroll through your mobile phone numbers for contacts in expanding companies.

 

Have you met anyone suitable while on holiday or travelling on business?

 

Who do you know on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn?

 

Who do your friends or family know? Who are their neighbours, friends and colleagues?

 

Who do you know that works closely with decision makers in companies (for example, a personal assistant, chauffeur or middle-management executive)?

The list is endless. Always ask yourself:

"Do any of the people I know have a connection to a company that is expanding internationally?"

For more see: http://www.connectireland.com/en/home.aspx