The SIBN would like to thank the following organisations for their ongoing support.  If you would like to offer support to the network, please contact us.

DFA Harp Green

Embassy of Ireland, Spain

The Embassy of Ireland in Spain has two key functions: to promote Ireland’s interests, both economic and political, in Spain and to provide high-quality consular and passport services to Irish citizens. The Embassy has been closely involved with the SIBN from its creation and continues to provide meeting facilities and administrative support to the SIBN committee. The Ambassador and the Embassy team engage actively with the SIBN and see the network as a key element of the Embassy’s work in promoting Ireland in Spain.  SIBN members also benefit from invitations to Embassy events around Spain.



Gigas is a company specialized in offering cloud hosting services, easy to use and powerful. Gigas provides cloud hosting and domain management services for the SIBN website.



Primark is a ground-breaking retailer of affordable fashion. The Primark story has been one of continuing success, founded on a unique combination of fast fashion and lean operations. In May 2006, Primark opened its first store in Spain and it currently has 35 outlets in Spain.  Primark has collaborated with the SIBN on various occasions.


Gómez-Acebo & Pombo

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo is an independent Iberian law firm whose aim is to provide first rate value to clients through innovative, practical and successful legal strategies.  The SIBN is grateful to Gómez-Acebo & Pombo for its long-standing support and for hosting SIBN events and receptions at its offices.


James Joyce Irish Pub

Located beside Plaza de la Cibeles, The James Joyce offers an authentic Irish atmosphere with Irish staff. The cuisine is a combination of the best that both Ireland and Spain have to offer.  The James Joyce regularly hosts and support s SIBN activities.


IE Business School

IE is an international institution dedicated to educating business leaders through programs based on core values of global focus, entrepreneurial spirit and a humanistic approach. The SIBN has jointly hosted a number of conferences with IE Business School and greatly values their cooperation.


Emigrant Support Programme, Department of Foreign Affairs

The Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provides financial support through its Emigrant Support Programme to organisations that are engaged in the delivery of services to members of Irish communities overseas. The development of the SIBN website is thanks to a grant received from the Emigrant Support Programme in 2012.


ISEA works in close co-operation with the Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy, as well as Enterprise Ireland, IDA and other bilateral organisations in Ireland.

Their members are exporters and importers, wholesale and retail business, financial institutions, construction, manufacturing and infrastructure companies, food, drink and agribusinesses, investors, professional practices and also individuals.

Regular activities include business breakfasts, lunches and informative seminars, addressed by key note speakers in the political and business arena.