• All-Island Business Community 

    Chambers Ireland and the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry have announced a strengthening of cooperation between the two organisations, which represent the all-island business community. The launch of the formal affiliation between the two Chambers took place at a side event following the North South Ministerial Council at Dublin Castle and was attended by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD, Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinnes. More on this here


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» Increased Capital Investment Essential to Meet Demands of Growing Population

Press Release Thursday 14th July:  Commenting on the release of the preliminary Census 2016 population figures, Mark O’Mahoney, Director of Policy and Communications, Chambers Ireland said, “The Census 2016 preliminary results show an increase of 3.7% in our population which confirms what previous projections had highlighted: that there will be increased pressure on state resources… View Article

» Excellence in CSR Practices Can Help Attract Foreign Direct Investment

  CSR Awards 2016 Shortlist Announced Today Press Release Wednesday 13th July: Chambers Ireland announced the shortlist for the 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards. The Awards, now in their thirteenth year, celebrate the positive work done by the business community for the benefit of their employee, the local community and the environment. The Awards are partnered… View Article

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