Entries by ChamberAC

Chambers Ireland calls for accelerated action on the SDGs during 76th UN General Assembly

Along with Heads of State, Chief Executives, and social and business leaders, Chambers Ireland joined the UN Global Compact’s ‘Uniting Business Live’ summit at the 76th UN General Assembly and called for greater ambition and accelerated action on the SDGs ahead of COP26.   Speaking this afternoon, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot outlined the […]

Invitation to Tender – External Audit Services

At the recent Annual General Meeting of the County Carlow Chamber, it was advised that a review of the audit processes and procedures of the Chamber was being carried out.  Included in this review, it was approved for the finance committee to open a tender process in relation to the provision of External Audit Service.  […]

Minister Humphreys goes online with Love Carlow to connect with Carlow Retailers, Producers and Communities

Carlow has a wide range of products, services and offerings in every sector and community throughout the county and helping to connect these will provide opportunities and growth. This week saw the launch of the new Love Carlow digital hub (lovecarlow.ie) , highlighting Carlow as open for business and helping to connect businesses, communities, and […]

How much money is your business throwing in the bin?

As part of the continued focus on improving food waste management in the county, Carlow County Councils Environment Section and Local Enterprise Office in association with Carlow Tourism & County Carlow Chamber will deliver the Optimization + Programme for two groups of food related businesses in Carlow: Hospitality & Tourism SMEs; and Food Manufacturers, Processors, […]

Annual General Meeting 2021

14th June 2021 Notice of Annual General Meeting (“AGM”)   I attach for your attention Notice of the Annual General Meeting of County Carlow Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism CLG, and invite you to join me on Tuesday 6th July 2021 via Zoom at 6.30pm.   Your participation at the AGM is important for […]

Increased ambition for climate action must be met with increased investment in planning and courts, says Chambers Ireland

Chambers Ireland welcomes the announcement by Minister Eamon Ryan of a Framework for Offshore Electricity Transmission. Speaking today (14 May 2021) Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said, “The publication of the Framework is an important step, but it is only one of many that need to be taken if we are to secure the environmental […]

Institute of Technology Carlow Governing Body Approves Technological University Application

This afternoon the Governing Body of Institute of Technology Carlow approved an application to the Minister for Further and Higher Education Research Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, paving the way for the establishment of a Technological University in the South East. Mr. John Moore, Chairman of the Governing Body, thanked all members for their […]