Speaking following the delivery of Budget 2019 by Minister Paschal Donohoe today (9 October 2018), Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland, commented:
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.
Commenting on the release of yesterday's (2/10/18) Fiscal Monitor, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said,
Infrastructure is key to our development
Appearing at the Budget Oversight Committee, Chambers Ireland called on Government to ensure that commitments made in the National Development Plan are delivered on.
President Leonard Watson welcomed An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD to Letterkenny.
The Donegal News and Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce are delighted to launch the refreshed 2018 Letterkenny Business Awards in partnership with InterTradeIreland and associate sponsors Foyle Port.
Tassie wins Hotel of the Year
The Silver Tassie Hotel and Seascape Spa recently picked up the Hotel of the Year 2018 Award.
Commenting on today’s (9 May 2018) Europe Day celebrations, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said,
"Europe Day is a celebration of the peace, unity and freedoms which Ireland shares and enjoys with its fellow member states of the European Union.
An Tanaiste Simon Coveney addresses North West Business Community
The North West is a “petri dish of post-Brexit possibilities”, Londonderry Chamber of Commerce President Jennifer McKeever told Tánaiste Simon Coveney on his visit to Derry.
Letterkenny Chamber hopes to expand the town CCTV system to increase safety.
Brexit - More Clarity still needed
Chambers around the country and Letterkenny Chamber welcomes the Brexit progress but says much more is needed.
€1.5m & Counting
ShopLK, Love Shopping Letterkenny, has reached another important and amazing milestone.
Letterkenny St.Patrick’s Day Parade – New 2pm start time
This year, in response to the fantastic performance of the Ireland Team in the Rugby Six Nations, Letterkenny St.Patrick’s Day Parade has a new starting time of 2pm.
Water Infrastructure Plans for Letterkenny
Letterkenny Chamber recently met with Irish Water on a number of issues including water infrastructure development.
New President for Letterkenny Chamber
Letterkenny Chamber elected it's 2018 President at it's Annual General Meeting yesterday evening.