Speaking in advance of tomorrow’s (29 April 2017) meeting of the EU Council, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot commended the work of the Irish Government so far in ensuring that Irish interests, including those of business, are front and centre when the negotiations for the UK’s exit from the EU begin.
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UK Prime Minister Triggers Article 50 of Lisbon Treaty
Chambers Ireland calls on the Irish Government to continue a concerted, sustained campaign to highlight the unique Brexit issues for Ireland.
Brexit and its effect on the Border Counties
Collection of First Hand testimony collected from Louth to Donegal brings focus on concerns of businesses on the frontline as a result of Brexit.
Rain Didn't Damp the Enthusiasm
The Groups taking part in the St.Patrick's Dauy Parade in Letterkenny were not going to let a little rain get in the way and the spectators turned out to encourage them along the route.
The biggest parade in the County
As Spring arrives it’s time for Letterkenny Chamber to launch the annual Letterkenny St.Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade is one of the biggest in the County and this year it is hoping to get entries from a wide range of businesses, community organisations, sports clubs and bands.
The North West Must Get it's Share of Capital Funding
Significant Increase in Capital Investment Needed to Meet Demands of Growing Economy
Well known businessman takes over the reins at Letterkenny Chamber
More Questions than Answers
Commenting on UK Prime Minister Teresa May’s speech today (17/01/2017), Ian Talbot, Chief Executive Chambers Ireland said, “Ultimately the speech was no more than an articulation of the UK’s top-line negotiating position.
Chambers Ireland comments on latest CSO figures
Government must remain focused on job creation and tackling youth unemployment in 2017.
Exchequer End of Year Returns
Commenting on the release today (4 January 2017) of the 2016 End of Year Exchequer Returns, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive Chambers Ireland said, “Today’s Exchequer figures provide a timely reminder that in spite of a strong economic recovery, Ireland is still dependent on external borrowing to fund the running of the country.
Looking forward to 2017
Letterkenny Chamber wishes all its members and the wider busienss community a very Happy Christmas.
Council wins Joint Initiative Award
Donegal County Council has scooped the Joint Local Authority Initiative award at this year’s Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards.
Ireland the only country to identify Brexit as a significant challenge
A survey of European businesses, published today (30 November 2016) by EUROCHAMBRES, has revealed that Brexit is not considered a concern for most companies.