Guaranteed Irish has been promoting business in Ireland since 1974. Over four decades, the Guaranteed Irish symbol has become widely recognised by consumers and businesses as the national symbol of provenance and trust.

We award the Guaranteed Irish symbol to indigenous and international companies operating in Ireland, across all sectors, which provide quality jobs, support local communities and are committed to Irish provenance.

Through the use of the Guaranteed Irish symbol, in addition to our PR and marketing campaigns, networking events, information sessions, and lobbying activities, Guaranteed Irish helps its members to expand at home and abroad, contributing to Ireland’s reputation for quality goods and services.

We believe we are #AllTogetherBetter.


pr & marketing

Guaranteed Irish promotes our members’ products and services and communicates positive stories about our member companies, through industry-specific campaigns in print, radio and on digital. We have a dedicated digital team which runs campaigns showcasing our members across our digital platforms, allowing our members to reach a larger audience.


Brid O’Connell, Guaranteed Irish CEO, hosts a weekly radio programme “The Irish Business Show” on 103.2 Dublin City FM profiling Guaranteed Irish members and discussing topical news stories in business in Ireland.

The weekly listenership figures of 103.2 Dublin City FM is 100,000 listeners.


Guaranteed Irish Construction Month Roundtable Discussion September 2017

Guaranteed Irish is a registered lobbying organisation which works with government departments, ministers and agencies to showcase the value of Guaranteed Irish members to Ireland.

In particular, we lobby for Guaranteed Irish members to be recognised by public procurement so businesses which create jobs in Ireland are rewarded.


Guaranteed Irish has a full calendar of events including networking events, business seminars, and round-table discussions on industry-specific topics.

Guaranteed Irish also runs the Guaranteed Irish Village at the Dublin Horse Show (August) and Gifted Fair (December) at the RDS, Dublin, each year.