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Pictured L-R: Jamie Fitzmaurice, Partner at Mason Hayes & Curran, Ian Palm, Partner at Gowling WLG, David Mangan, Partner at Mason Hayes & Curran, Emer Gilvarry, Chairperson at Mason Hayes & Curran, Scott Joliffe, Partner at Gowling WLG, Emmanuel Dowdall, Director at IDA and Paul Carenza, Partner at Gowling WLG

Mason Hayes & Curran and Gowling WLG hosted the "Ireland: A New Gateway to Europe" seminar on Friday 10 March in Toronto.

At the seminar, the Irish Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Simon Coveney delivered a speech to attendees on how companies across diverse industries can best benefit from Ireland’s business-friendly environment and unique position as a new and growing European gateway to North American trade. Ambassador of Ireland to Canada Jim Kelly and a panel of leading experts took part in a forum on how companies across diverse industries can best benefit from Ireland’s business-friendly environment and its unique place in Europe as a new and growing gateway for North American trade.

Home to a skilled and well-educated workforce, and one of Europe’s lowest corporate tax rates, Ireland has caught the attention of many Canadian businesses as a country favourable to growth and ideally positioned as a gateway to Europe.


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