ICCCTO & Digitary partnership
CANADIAN & IRISH CONNECTIONS STRENGTHEN WITH ICCCTO & DIGITARY PARTNERSHIP
The Ireland Canada Chamber of Commerce Toronto and Irish-founded company Digitary have united with a passion for history, heritage and newfound connections. They are collaborating with a common purpose of actively contributing to their shared community.
ICCCTO was established as a not-for-profit corporation in 1991, and since then has grown in strength and popularity to provide essential business networking opportunities for locals and migrants alike in the Toronto area.
Digitary was founded in Dublin, Ireland in 2005. Since then Digitary has grown to become a world leader in digital certification of academic achievements, and a trusted provider of secure verified documents and data to learners, educational organizations, and employers globally.
Digitary, as a new corporate member, will work collaboratively with ICCCTO on promoting community connections, advocating for social and professional networking opportunities with a focus on uniting Irish people across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
Cathy Murphy, Managing Director for ICCCTO says “ICCCTO is delighted to partner with Digitary and work collaboratively to make a positive impact on our shared communities. The connections between Ireland and Canada continue to grow and as our bonds strengthen even more we want to ensure that we are on hand to guide, support and enhance those relationships even further. Having Digitary on board is an important step toward this goal.”
ICCCTO is connected to a number of groups and associations and serve as its membership’s voice in the business community in Canada and Ireland. ICCCTO have developed strong relationships with the Canadian government, the Irish government through the Embassy in Ottawa, Enterprise Ireland, and the IDA and with European Chambers in Canada through EUCCAN.
Digitary recently established a new office in Victoria, B.C. and were chosen as the technology partners to work with The Association of the Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC) National Network, bringing digital credentials to 3 million learners nationwide.
“Digitary and ICCCTO share common values and a vision for the future where we can proactively contribute to the community, drawing on our history, heritage and wholeheartedly embracing new connections and opportunities” says James Murray-Beckman, Chief Operating Officer at Digitary.
The ICCCTO provides business and social networking opportunities for professionals in the Greater Toronto Area. Whether you are newly arrived, long established, Canadian-born with Irish roots, or simply interested in networking within the cultural community, ICCCTO is pleased to provide the venue for connecting the dots. To learn more, visit www.icccto.com
Digitary was launched in Dublin, Ireland in 2005, and has grown to become the leading online platform for certifying, sharing, and verifying academic credentials. Learner-centric since the very start, Digitary enables millions of learners to access their verified achievements and to share them with others securely, quickly, and easily. Digitary is now used by organizations in over 135 countries. To date Digitary have issued over 4 million credentials and empowered more than 1.5 million learners worldwide.
AVAILABLE FOR COMMENT:
ICCCTO Managing Director – Cathy Murphy
Digitary Chief Operating Officer – James Murray-Beckman
Catherine Stanley, Head of Marketing, Digitary