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Digitary and Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce connect with common aim

Dec 6, 2019

DIGITARY AND IRISH AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONNECT

United with a common purpose to enhance and innovate within our shared communities.

DIGITARY AND IRISH AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONNECT WITH COMMON AIM

United with a common purpose to enhance and innovate within our shared communities.

Digitary has joined the impressive list of organisations confirming support and membership of the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce. We have now cemented our commitment to the Chamber as Corporate Members, with the official announcement made today. The Chamber with its own headquarters in Melbourne has been in existence since the late 1980’s, growing through consistent support and an expanding network to now have presence locally, nationally and internationally.

Education and lifelong learning in its many forms is a shared focus for both Digitary and the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce. Working collaboratively with our collective networks and partner organisations, Digitary and the Chamber leadership teams will push to build stronger links and increase innovation in Education and the digital learner landscape across the region.

 

“The Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce manifesto resonates strongly with Digitary’s own values, working collaboratively to build an inclusive and diverse network both nationally and internationally, appreciating character, heritage and authentic connections.”

“Digitary is a proud Irish company, founded in Dublin and now with offices and an expanding team globally. We are thrilled to confirm our commitment to the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce.”

Andy Dowling, CEO Digitary 

“Digitary have already made quite an impression within the Chamber community, catching the eye of the judges at the recent Irish Australian Business Awards where they were named as a Finalist. We are excited to see what the future holds for them.”

“Over the past 2-3 years we have seen a significant rise in the level of interest and activity from Irish and Irish-led businesses in the Education sector. From innovation like Digitary and Quitch, to amazing growth like Keypath and the continued intentional expansion of Prodigy Learning, there’s never been a better time to get involved in the industry with the Chamber.”

Barry Corr, CEO Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce

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