About Us

A Cross-Cultural Bridge to Connect Ireland and China

Working Together

Innovation and Win-Win

ICSATA is one of the most iconic international associations in Ireland. Since established, ICSATA has received strong support and endorsement from the Irish Embassy to China, the Chinese Embassy to Ireland, and all the relevant departments from both the Irish and Chinese governments.

Based on the principal of innovation and win-win, the aim of ICSATA is to build an international platform for science and technology exchanges so as to promote the overall collaboration between Ireland and China particularly in the area of technology, trade, culture and education, and also to assist both the Irish and Chinese governments to forge the bilateral relationship at all levels.

2020.01_Wen Chen Meeting Barry O’Connor, President of CIT

陈文会长于2020年拜访爱尔兰科克理工大学校长奥康纳博士

Enterprise

ICSATA support enterprise and institute for their international training, exhibition, academic exchange, technology transfer, business visit & match-making events, and also assist their market entry, investment, trade and other business activities between Ireland and China. ICSATA was appointed as the Official Organisors of China International Import Expo (CIIE) to Ireland by CIIE Bureau, China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) to Ireland by China Foreign Trade Centre, and China International Fair For Trade In Services (Beijing Fair) to Ireland by its Beijing Leader Group in 2018, 2019, and 2020 respectively. ICSATA also formed a strategic partnership with Dublin Tech Summit for China in 2020.

2018.09_Signing Ceremony Between iKydz and China Mobile Ningbo Branch at Ireland-China (Ningbo) Smart City Forum During Ningbo Smart City Expo

爱尔兰艾克资公司与中移动宁波分公司在2018宁波智博会分场活动之爱尔兰中国(宁波)智慧城市科技合作论坛上签约

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ICSATA Membership

ICSATA support enterprises for their international training, exhibition, academic exchange, technology transfer, business visit & match-making events, and also assist their market entry, investment, trade and other business activities between Ireland and China.