Our mission is to create, connect and support a global community of Irish hospitality business owners, managers and their suppliers to help ensure their continued success and to benefit job creation in Ireland and abroad through the sectors of hospitality and tourism.
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Our Core Objectives
To bring owners and managers together around the world for common and mutual benefit.
To Promote and Support the Irish Pub concept globally and at a local level.
Promote a set of standards in Irish pubs and agree a rating system.
Be a platform to bring local pub groups together for promotion and as part of a global network.
Respect and support the diversity and individuality of Irish pubs and groups of Irish pubs.
To share knowledge, information and industry best practice.
Assist Irish Pubs in building and maintaining links with Ireland.
Assist Irish pubs to build business and improve profitability.
Build relationships with key suppliers and represent the interests of Owners and Managers if and when appropriate.
Be a vehicle and distribution channel through which interested parties can communicate with Irish Pub Owners and Managers.
Be open to all opportunities as they arise to execute our mission.
To ‘put something back in’ and collectively support charities and worthwhile causes.
Icons are a powerful way of attracting visitors to a destination, and most destinations consider themselves lucky to have a few motivating icons. Ireland is very fortunate in having seven thousand powerful icons in the shape of our Irish Pub: our research still shows that visiting an Irish pub is one of the most appealing experiences for visitors to Ireland. The Irish Pub Global Network gives us a real opportunity to use the six thousand authentic Irish pubs overseas to showcase our culture, food and drink to attract additional visitors to the island of Ireland
Peter Nash – Tourism Ireland
Bord Bia welcomes the opportunity to showcase the incredibly dynamic nature of the Irish premium craft drinks supply base to the Irish publican globally and explore the mutual benefits available by the two groups working together
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