Event Industry Association of Ireland

Supporting Ireland's Emergency Responders and Critical Frontline Services

We are all aware that we are facing challenging times, by working together (something our industry is particularly strong at) we firmly believe that the Irish Events Industry are uniquely positioned to step forward to support the agencies and emergency services that have supported us over the years.

We anticipate that a broad ranges of resources, equipment and services will be required over the coming weeks and months (generators, marquees, transportation, on-site services etc.). Our aim is to make accessing our industry as easy as possible for our Frontline Responders.  

Many of you have had to make significant alterations to the way you do business, and some are now offering services and support that you would not normally, this listing can facilitate and capture all of that information.

Note: this information will be made available to emergency services from Monday April 6th.

With challenging times ahead it is crucial that the Irish Event Industry is wholeheartedly represented.  With so many businesses, organisations, and individuals impacted so profoundly it is imperative that their voices are heard. At present, we are in the process of forming both our Industry Representative Group and associated Working Groups.  Read more…. If you would like to review the current draft core objectives for EIAI please click here.

Membership  is free and open to anyone who is involved in the Irish Events Industry, join today and please spread the word! If you or your organisation can afford to contribute to our efforts at this time please donate now :0)


Professional Skills Required

In addition to equipment, resources and services it is expected that a number of agencies and organisations and frontline service providers are going to need access to industry professionals with particular skills, e.g. site safety officers, site managers, logistics managers, project managers, safety consultants, drivers, crew etc.  

We this in mind we are asking any #eventprofs to fill in the form below to note their availability and relevant skill sets, please follow the link below if you have availability.

Note: this information will be made available to emergency services from Monday the 6th of April.

Industry Support Areas

Below are some initial pages that we have been working on specifically for members.  There is a jobs boards that is free for use to all members, it is our hope that this section will assist members when events come back online.  In addition, we have set up a number of industry support areas;  a forum (Discussion Area) to enable members to discuss any particular concerns, or challenges they are facing, a page with useful links and some industry articles, we aim to build on the content on these pages in the coming weeks. If you would like us to specifically add any additional features or if you have something to contribute etc. please do not hesitate in contacting us.

Jobs Board

Discussion Area

Useful Links & Resources

Industry Articles

Contact Us

We would like to take this opportunity to extend a huge thank you to all the individuals and organisations who helped us get this far. We’d also like to draw particular attention to our early supporters below, with no membership fees currently we are reliant on organisations like these to keep the cogs moving.

Please like and share our website and social media accounts with anyone who has a vested
interest in the Irish events industry – the larger our membership, the better will be our chance
of achieving our goals. 

Together we’re stronger.

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