Leaders from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber), and Chambers Ireland are meeting in Dublin today (Friday).
Budget 2019: Measures to deliver infrastructure welcome, but little to improve short-term competitiveness
“Government’s chosen path for Budget 2019 will produce long term benefits for the Irish economy if measures announced are implemented appropriately and rapidly.
ShopLK, Love Shopping Letterkenny, has reached another important and amazing milestone of €5m worth of sales.
Letterkenny named country’s most enterprising town at the 2018 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards
Letterkenny was announced as the overall winner of the 2018 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards
Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce and Mara Media have published the first ever edition of “The Business” magazine.
Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce welcomes the news today that two way traffic is being re-instated in Oldtown
Chambers Ireland joins Government, Trade Unions & Employer Bodies in shared National Effort to respond to COVID-19
Chambers Ireland has today issued the following joint statement with the Government, trade unions and other employer bodies.
Chambers Ireland and our nationwide network of chambers has today (24 March 2020) published the results of a survey of its members, which seeks to quantify and highlight the impacts of COVID-19 on business in towns, cities and regions right across the country.