Technology Ireland is an association within Ibec, which provides a powerful united voice for the digital and software technology sector
Flagship networking forums empowering the best connected tech leaders and companies
Access unrivalled levels of information and industry intelligence to enhance your business performance
Our vision is to make Ireland a global technology powerhouse. This vision is achieved by a rich ecosystem of member companies working collaboratively towards our common goals.
Ireland’s largest and most representative tech business group, with an unparalleled network of home-grown and international tech leaders.
Promoting and facilitating collaboration between tech companies large and small.
A deep pool of industry knowledge from which to leverage expertise.
Ireland’s most influential tech lobby group – communicating with Irish and European policymakers with a unified voice.
Accelerating the transfer of knowledge, information and experience between tech companies large and small.
Specific industry groups with the ability to address crucial issues for the tech sector, efficiently & effectively.
Working groups available for key company staff to network and benchmark with peers in the tech sector.
Access Ibec’s unrivalled expertise in employee relations that few organisations have the time to invest in.
Unique opportunities for inter-company collaboration and commercialisation.
Frequent all-industry networking events – building connections and deepening relationships.
100% industry led – run by members, for members.
Unique marketplace, connected into all major sectors of the Irish economy via Ibec’s 50+ sectoral networks.
Ensuring all Irish digital policy priorities are clearly communicated to the relevant stakeholders & policy makers in Brussels.
Access sector-specific support & heavily subsidised training for your staff.
As a Technology Ireland member, and in addition to the Technology Ireland 'sectoral services' outlined throughout this website, you members also get comprehensive Ibec services, such as;
Access to a designated HR Executive for tailored advice and information on all aspects of employee relations and human resources;
Telephone access to our Employee Relations Information Unit for answers to your legal queries, quickly and efficiently;
Regular electronic information bulletins that keep you informed or changes and revisions to legislation to ensure compliance;
Access to Ibec's Employment Law Service, staffed by solicitors who are experts in employment law and can provide legal advice, consultation and assistance for no additional charge;
Full IR/HR services support will be provided to you from one of our IR/HR Executives within our Knowledge Centre. The Knowledge Centre comprises a core team of Industrial Relations and Employment Law Experts of long standing experience who are office based and available consistently on a daily basis to provide advice and guidance on matters relating to employment law, industrial relations, HR and people management queries;
Ibec representation in negotiations with trade unions and before the Workplace Relations Commission and the Labour Court on all industrial relations issues, as well as representation at Rights Commissioners and EAT and avoid incurring expensive fees;
Advice on occupational safety, health and welfare at work including compensation and liability insurance issues;
Access to a member only website where you will find an extensive source of regulatory, legal and economic information;
Regular opportunities to network with your peers, in both professional and industry forums, to share information and best practice;
Representation of your industry to government departments, policy makers and legislators to address the economic and operational issues impacting your business, through our sector specific business associations such as Technology Ireland;
Direct access to our policy experts for advice and information on areas such as business regulation, energy, environment, economic affairs, taxation, trade and transport;
Access to member only research on pay and conditions, absenteeism levels, pensions taxation and business sentiment amongst Technology Ireland members.