With less than six months until Brexit, the leading UK, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland business groups are joining forces to call on both sides to redouble efforts in the on-going negotiations to ensure an agreement is reached that provides clarity and continuity for trade within and between these islands.
Brexit and the Island of Ireland
The All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit took place on Wednesday 2nd November.
Business Employment Scheme for Students 2016
BESS (Business Employment Scheme for Students) has been launched at Letterkenny IT for the second year.
Ireland's Tidiest Town Welcomes President Higgins
The sun shone on Letterkenny this weekend for a truly wonderful occassion.
Wild Atlantic Way Adventure
No trip to Spain ths year, we opted for a holiday in Ireland and weren't disappointed.
Challenging the Local Candidates
Roads, Broadband and Electricity are our top 3 issues. Letterkenny Chamber will continue to lobby politicians on these three necessities for growing the NW regional economy.
Next Government Must close the Digital Divide
Access to high-speed broadband is no longer a luxury but an economic necessity, though for many homes and businesses around this country it remains unavailable.
Pride of Donegal
What a great positive message we sent out during Enterprising Donegal Business Week.
Keep safe on the roads
With snow showers and heavy rain expected over the next two days Donegal County Council is urging all members of the public to exercise caution, to take extra care on the roads and to allow extra time for journeys.
ShopLK Vouchers has another fantastic season
ShopLK Vouchers were still being purchased right up to the last minute on Christmas Eve and the amount coming back in during the first week back is testament to the success of this Shop local initiative.
Infrastructure crucial to Letterkenny's development
For many years we have lobbied for money for the Bonagee relief road to help with traffic coming in to Letterkenny at peak times and we will continue this in 2015.