DLA Piper to collaborate with Irish export industry
Dublin, 22nd January 2020 – The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the association representing the interest of the Irish exporting industry to facilitate and grow their exports to world markets, is delighted to today announce David Carthy, Country Managing Partner for DLA Piper International LLP as President of the association.
Simon McKeever, Chief Executive, Irish Exporters Association commented: “We are delighted to have David take up the Presidency. He has considerable experience supporting Irish businesses, inward investment and international trade and the Irish Exporters Association will leverage his insight and experience in the development of new and innovative service offerings for all businesses involved in exporting and international trade. David has been involved with the IEA for many years and his dedication and engagement on the National Council has been outstanding. We look forward to working closely with him throughout the year, representing the interests of the exporting industry in front of all levels of government and industry, with a keen focus on the impact of climate change and sustainability on members.
“On behalf of the staff and IEA Council, I would like to thank Marie Armstrong for serving as IEA President in 2019. Over the past 12 months, Marie has helped to modernise and develop our suite of membership services. The IEA will continue to benefit from Marie’s experience and contribution to the organisation.”
David Carthy, President of the Irish Exporters Association commented: “I
am honoured to be appointed President of the Irish Exporters
Association. As the voice of the export industry in Ireland, supporting
the growth and development of its members, there has
never been a more important time for the organisation. Today, the world
operates within a complex political and economic environment, which is
why the expert advice and assistance provided by the IEA is so vital. As
President, I look forward to helping members
seek new opportunities and diversify in a post Brexit environment.”
Irish Exporters Association’s Council Members: https://irishexporters.ie/about-us/national-council/