Sia Partners to partner with Ireland INC in 2023

Sia Partners, the global management firm that serves banking, healthcare, media, energy, transportation, government, technology, and a host of other industries, announced today that it is to collaborate with Business & Finance as Headline Partner for Ireland INC in 2023.

David Cass, Partner, UK & Ireland, Sia Partners said: “[We are] delighted to collaborate with Business & Finance as Headline Partner for Ireland INC in 2023. Ireland INC celebrates successful Irish businesses operating in the US where Ireland is now the 9th largest foreign direct investor into the US. Through a series of events in the US and Ireland, Ireland INC will showcase the strong business ties and the success that Irish born companies are having in the US. Sia Partners is a global management consulting firm with a strong Irish presence of over 50 consultants and a US presence of over 700 consultants operating from 15 offices in the USA and Canada. We have now moved to our flagship office on Wall Street in NYC.

“Our innovative approach and highly experienced team provide pragmatic solutions that can be implemented in an agile manner. We are a next-generation consulting firm and leverage a unique blend of AI and design capabilities, augmenting traditional consulting to deliver superior value and tangible results to our clients.”

Ireland INC celebrates the strength and value of Irish FDI in the United States of America, which currently stands at $240 billion. This year sees the release of the fifth edition of the Ireland INC US 250 Index, as a Special Report. It features special guest contributions from Tánaiste Leo Varadkar; Sean Davis, Regional Director of The Americas, Enterprise Ireland; Danny McCoy, CEO, Ibec; Mike Burke, Partner, Arnall Golden Gregory; Bernard Condon, Managing Director Global Ingredients Division, Ornua and Ian Hyland, Founder & President, Ireland INC.

Mr. Hyland commented on the success of Irish involvement in America over the last number of years: “Despite the unprecedented challenges of the past two years, Irish businesses have not only survived but thrived, expanding their investment footprint across the United States.”

2022 has seen more growth as Irish FDI across the US continues to contribute to an array of industries including construction, food, life sciences, software, ICT and business services. 100,000 US workers are employed by US affiliates of Irish-owned firms with Irish-owned companies in almost 2,200 locations in the US. Approximately 900 Irish companies are exporting across the Atlantic.