Guaranteed Irish has announced details of ten new member companies to the business representative organisation. New members include leading Irish success stories, Manor House Hotels, St. Patrick’s Distillery, Tan Organic, ForeGolf, Codex Office Solutions and Merrion Fertility Clinic, amongst many others.
Membership of Guaranteed Irish currently stands in excess of three hundred members, representing multiple sectors of the economy spanning food and drink; craft and design; technology; construction; energy; manufacturing; healthcare; pharmaceuticals; tourism; retail; lifestyle; business solutions, and more.
Announcing the new members, CEO of Guaranteed Irish, Brid O’Connell said: “I’m delighted to warmly welcome these dynamic new members to Guaranteed Irish. We are excited to be working with such a wide range of organisations who are proud of their Irish base and are strongly contributing to the Irish economy.
“Towards the end of 2016, we rebranded Guaranteed Irish and set out a new strategic vision for the organisation. The membership of these new companies is the result of our revised strategy. It is also a clear and strong sign of the buoyancy of Ireland’s economy, and of consumer sentiment to spending in Ireland.”
New members that joined Guaranteed Irish in the second quarter of 2017 include:
Manor House Hotels, a collection of twenty-nine luxury boutique hotels and castles;
Self-tanning brand, Tan Organic, Newbridge, County Kildare;
St. Patrick’s Distillery, Douglas, County Cork;
Custom fitted clubmakers, ForeGolf, Dunsany, County Meath;
Food producers, Dan & Monstro Foods, Rathmichael, County Dublin;
Specialist forklift and straddle carrier manufacturer Combilift Ltd, Gallinagh, County Monaghan;
Codex Office Solutions, Glasnevin, Dublin 11;
Air filters manufacturers, Camfil, Clonshaugh, Dublin 17;
Merrion Fertility Clinic, Mount Street, Dublin 2;
Design, print and packaging solutions provider, Cube Irish, Ballysimon, Limerick.
Over the past nine months, Guaranteed Irish has rebranded and announced a new strategy. The organisation welcomes both homegrown enterprises and international companies operating in Ireland that generate quality jobs, contribute to the community and are proud of their Irish provenance.