Entries by Chamber Admin

Carlow Business Awards 2018 – Launch

The 2018 Business Awards will be launched by County Carlow Chamber at a reception on Thursday 19th July 2018, in Swan Electrical, Carlow.  Sean Swan was recognised at the 2017 Awards with a Lifetime Achievement Award, for his continued contribution to business and the community in Carlow over many years. The awards are designed to […]

South East Relocation Survey

Quality of life, short commutes and more disposable income are reasons top talent is being drawn to the sunny South East according to the South East Relocation Survey which has just been published. The Survey carried out by Collins McNicholas in partnership with IDA Ireland, was designed to gain an insight into the specific motivations of the […]

Chambers Ireland launches Pre Budget Submission 2019 with Chief Executives from the Chamber Network

Chambers Ireland today (12 July 2018) launched its Pre Budget 2019 Submission, recommending that Government use Budget 2019 as an opportunity to think strategically about how we can future-proof our economy and make the best use of today’s prosperity in preparing for the threats facing Ireland on an international stage. Speaking at the Chamber Chief […]

Chambers Ireland welcomes green-light for EU-Japan Trade Deal

Chambers Ireland today (6 July 2018) welcomes the news that the EU and Japan have been authorised to formally ratify a new trade deal, negotiations for which first began in 2013. Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot commented, “Exactly one year to the day when the deal was approved by the European Commission, today’s approval of […]

Chamber presents to delegation from Guizhou Province

County Carlow Chamber and Carlow County Council Local Enterprise Office met with a delegation from Guizhou Province in China on Friday 29th June 2018. The meeting looked at ways both the Chamber and the Council work to support and grow businesses across the county, while also investigating the potential for collaboration between the regions in […]

Joint report raises questions on adequacy of proposed Brexit transition timeframes

Commenting on today’s (13 June 2018) joint report ‘Findings and Insights of the firm-level impact of Brexit on Most Exposed Sectors’ from the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation and Deloitte, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said, “Today’s joint report highlights the enormous depth and breadth of the potential impact of Brexit on exposed companies […]