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Record attendance at Chamber Budget Breakfast

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce held their annual Budget Breakfast in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. Sponsored by PayPal, the event was a sell out with just on 200 in attendance ...
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Budget 2020: Plan for Brexit will be welcomed by business, but overall, a missed opportunity

Following today’s Budget 2020 statement by Minister Paschal Donohoe, Chambers Ireland welcomes the overall approach of the Government to opt for prudence and to prepare for the very real possibility ...
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Chambers Ireland outlines key priorities ahead of Budget 2020

Ahead of tomorrow’s announcement of Budget 2020 by the Minister of Finance, Chambers Ireland calls on Government to plan for the long-term challenges to the Irish economy. Speaking this morning ...
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Chambers Ireland welcomes the strong performance of the economy, but Government must remain prudent

Following the publication of the September Exchequer Returns yesterday afternoon (2 Oct 2019), Chambers Ireland welcomes the strong performance of the economy, but calls on Government to ensure that the ...
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Budget 2020 must include measures to support increased Labour Market Participation

Following Tuesday’s publication (1 October 2019) of the CSO’s Monthly Unemployment statistical release, Chambers Ireland welcomes the record number of people at work but highlights the need for Government to ...
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The Noel Group – The Skills Agenda in Ireland Presentation

Chambers Ireland’s President, Siobhan Kinsella of The Noel Group recruitment company, has shared a presentation on the 'Skills Agenda in Ireland', providing an overview of the importance of reducing the ...
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Chambers Ireland demonstrates the power of Chambers action with nation-wide commitment to the UN SDGs

Chambers Ireland has announced that all 41 of its chambers of commerce have committed to the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). From the capital region of Dublin ...
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Chambers lead the way on Sustainable Development Goals

Chambers Ireland and ICC Ireland have announced that both they and the network of affiliated Chambers across Ireland have together signed up to a new charter to support the Sustainable ...
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National Women’s Enterprise Day Fast Approaches

Women from across Louth and Meath are joining forces on Thursday October 17th to celebrate National Women’s Enterprise Day 2019. With a stellar line-up, it promises to be an event ...
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Chambers Ireland Calls for Budget 2020 to Focus on Planning for the Long-Term

Chambers Ireland, in an address to the Oireachtas Committee on Budgetary Oversight, welcomes the prudent decision by the Minister of Finance to plan for a 'No-Deal' Brexit Budget, but also ...
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Economic Survey 2020 (EES)

This year on behalf of Dundalk Chamber, Chambers Ireland will be participating in 27th edition of the annual Eurochambres Economic Survey 2020 (EES). This qualitative study is based on a ...
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Free Brexit Clinics

The team at the Local Enterprise Office Louth are offering free Brexit clinics with a specialist mentor to help businesses prepare for Brexit. The two upcoming clinics in Drogheda (27th ...
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Final Valuation Certificates Issued

Under section 24 of the Valuation Act, 2001 as amended, Valuation Certificates will have this week issued to occupiers of relevant rateable properties in the rating authority areas of Cavan, ...
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Chamber meet Enterprise Ireland

Dundalk Chamber met with Aidan McKenna, Regional Director and Deirdre Craven. Regional Executive Enterprise Ireland last week. The Chamber took the opportunity to outline its thoughts and to listen to ...
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Chambers Ireland welcomes nomination of Phil Hogan as EU Trade Commissioner

Chambers Ireland welcomes the nomination of Phil Hogan, by the European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen, as the EU’s next Trade Commissioner. Speaking on Tuesday, Chambers Ireland chief executive ...
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No-Deal Brexit must be prepared for, but capital projects must be delivered

Following the Cabinet level agreement that Budget 2020 is to be prepared under a ‘no-deal’ Brexit scenario, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot has welcomed this decision, specifically the regional ...
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The Clock Is Ticking … Brexit Day Is Coming

“We understand that even the concept of 'getting Brexit ready' is a huge challenge for many SMEs” begins Thomas McEvoy, Head of Enterprise in Louth. “For the most part it ...
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New Frontiers Phase 1 Open (Test Your Idea!)

Applications are currently being accepted for Phase 1 of Enterprise Ireland's New Frontiers Programme, commencing in October in DCU Invent. The goal in Phase 1 is to assist the entrepreneur ...
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ACORNS 5

A call is currently open for candidates for a new cycle of ACORNS. As you will recall ACORNS is focused on early stage female entrepreneurs, whose businesses are located in ...
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Massive turnout for Dundalk Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic sponsored by Recruit Island

The Annual Chamber Golf Classic took place in the beautiful surroundings of Dundalk Golf Club. A thoroughly enjoyable day was had by all Chamber Golf Classic which is one of ...
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