Entries by ChamberAC

Carlow Business Awards 2022 – Launch

The Carlow Business Awards 2022 are scheduled to be launched on 30th June at an event hosted by Rathwood. The evening is designed to update everyone on the details and plans for this year’s event while also providing further insight into Rathwood, winners of Business of the Year at the last awards.  It will also […]

Launch of New Zealand Business Network

The launch of the New Zealand Business Network was launched yesterday evening at an event hosted by Bank of Ireland College Green.   The County Carlow Chamber were delighted to join the guests on the evening for the launch and hear from speakers including the RT Hon Trevor Mallard, Speaker of the New Zealand House […]

Chambers welcomes the Revenue Commissioner’s statement on the Debt Warehousing Scheme

Speaking earlier today, Chambers Ireland’s Chief Executive, Ian Talbot, said “With over 90% of debt already repaid, the operation of the Debt Warehousing Scheme has been a great success. “This scheme provided liquidity to firms that were struggling through the darkest days of the pandemic. The early repayment of these debts demonstrates the wisdom of […]

Ian Talbot of Chambers Ireland discusses the Northern Ireland Protocol at the European Parliament

Speaking at the European Parliament Committee on International Trade (INTA) public hearing on the “Trade-related aspects of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland”, Chambers Ireland’s Chief Executive, Ian Talbot, said: “I’d like to open by acknowledging the terrible tragedy unfolding in Ukraine and the support of Irish business and the public in general to the humanitarian […]

Chambers Ireland launch Annual Sustainable Business Impact Awards

Sustainable Business Impact Awards recognises the important role business plays in communities around the country as we move from a period of awareness to action on sustainability Chambers Ireland today (21st March) opened the application process for the Sustainable Business Impact Awards 2022. Measuring the impact of specific projects, these prestigious nationwide awards have become […]

Chambers Ireland meeting with the Ukrainian Ambassador to Ireland

With over 6,000 Ukrainian refugees already in Ireland the State needs to make enormous efforts to ensure that they can be speedily integrated into local communities and the workforce. Many refugees with poorer English will need help in finding opportunities where they will be able to take advantage of their skills and talents. With so […]