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Recently Negotiated Trade Deals

Please find attached two FAQ documents on the recently negotiated EU/Mercosur trade deal and the EU/Vietnam trade deal. The purpose of these documents is to provide information about these deals ...
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Cracking the Code for Funding

Meet and Code is funding digital and coding events of all kinds during EU Code Week from 5 - 20 October. Nonprofits can apply for a grant of €500 to ...
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Chamber Budget Dialogue Day

The annual Chamber Budget Dialogue Day will take place again this September over the course of the morning of the 25th September 2019 in the Merrion Hotel, Dublin. This event ...
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Final Decision on Non-Domestic Tariffs for Water Services Published

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) has published its final decision on non-domestic tariffs for water services. The final paper detailing this decision can be accessed by clicking here ...
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Businesses must actively prepare for worst case Brexit scenario

Following yesterday's (9 July 2019) publication of the revised Brexit contingency action plan from the Irish Government, Ian Talbot, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive urges businesses to comprehensively review this latest ...
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CSR Awards 2019 Shortlist Announced

Chambers Ireland yesterday (8 July 2019) officially announced the shortlist for the 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards. Over seventy shortlisted projects across the fourteen award categories are recognised for ...
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Exchequer returns are positive but focus of Budget 2020 must be on delivery of infrastructure and housing commitments

Following publication of the June Fiscal Monitor, Chambers Ireland calls on Government to ensure that Budget 2020 delivers on commitments for investment in infrastructure. Speaking this evening Chambers Ireland Chief ...
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Dundalk to host major International Chess Festival

In 1948, Cecil Parker Glorney, an Irish entrepreneur and first President of Rathmines chess club, launched and endowed a chess tournament to be played between the youth of England, Ireland, ...
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Brexit: The Practical Steps You Need to Take Now

In conjunction with the Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB-I), Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Ms Heather Humphreys T.D, is hosting two information sessions on steps that small businesses ...
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Chamber AGM 2019

The Dundalk Chamber AGM took place last week. Speaking at the Chamber AGM, Pat McCormick is delighted with the initiatives undertaken by Dundalk Chamber. The Shop Local Gift Vouchers sales ...
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Delivery on infrastructure commitments must be priority of Government in Budget 2020

Following today’s (25 June 2019) publication of the Summer Economic Statement by the Minister for Finance, Chambers Ireland call on Government to ensure that funding commitments made under Project 2040 ...
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National Childcare Scheme – Information for Parents

Budget 2017 announced the National Childcare Scheme (NCS) as means to provide financial support for parents towards the cost of childcare. This new Scheme will replace the existing targeted childcare ...
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Balance for Better Business Initiative – First Report Available

At the end of last month, the first report of the Balance for Better Business Review Group was launched - this is a new independent business-led review group, established by ...
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SEAI Electric Vehicles for Business Conference 2019

SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland) are hosting a Electric Vehicles for Business conference on the 25th June in the Radisson Blue, Athlone. The conference will focus on how your company ...
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Smart investment and realistic implementation will be key to Climate Plan success

Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot yesterday (17 June 2019) welcomed the publication of the All Government Climate Action Plan and highlights the need for an all island perspective on ...
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Dromad Hire’s General Manager Celebrates 20 Years Milestone

20 years ago Dromad Hire’s now General Manager Ronan Cotter entered the companies workshop as a 17 year old apprentice mechanic, just days after finishing his leaving cert and completing ...
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Dundalk Chamber Skillnet Regional Launch

Dundalk Chamber Skillnet held it’s regional launch on Wednesday 12th June in the Ballymascanlon Hotel. Over 100 delegates attended, with guest speakers Rose Tierney and Orla Rafferty offering guidance on ...
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Chamber host Eures Briefing for Cross Border Workers and Employers

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce in association with Eures Cross Border Partnership held a very successful Breakfast Briefing on Tax Rules for Cross Border workers and Employers in the Ballymascanlon Hotel ...
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Theresa May’s successor must avoid a disorderly Brexit

With Friday’s announcement (24 May 2019) of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s official resignation on 7 June, Chambers Ireland calls on the British Parliament to elect a Prime Minister who ...
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Chief Economist of AIB addresses Chamber Breakfast Briefing

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce held an Economic Breakfast in the Crowne Plaza Dundalk with guest speaker Olive Mangan Chief Economist AIB Bank. Sponsored by AIB Dundalk the event was attended ...
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