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PRESS RELEASE: General Election 2016 – Ennis Chamber presents Clare Business Forum Debate

Posted on February 3rd, 2016


Ennis Chamber, in association with The Clare Champion and Clare FM, is to present the Clare Business Forum Debate with General Election Candidates.  Hosted by Treacy’s West County Hotel, the event takes place on Tuesday the 9th of February at 7pm.

With the majority of the 14 Clare candidates having confirmed their attendance, the debate will focus on the business issues concerning the county.  Issues to be discussed will include supporting business; creating employment; infrastructure; and public services.  The Clare…

General Election Business Debate

Posted on February 2nd, 2016

Ennis Chamber presents General Election Clare Business Forum Debate in association with The Clare Champion and Clare FM, hosted at Treacy’s West County Hotel. General Election Debate Invitation




Strategic Economic Planning Must be the Central Message for Election 2016

Posted on February 1st, 2016

Chambers Ireland Manifesto Launch 1

Chambers Ireland launched A Vision for 2021 – A Manifesto for Ireland’s Future from the Irish Chamber Network.  Vision 2021 sets out long term strategic goals for investment and economic development to make Ireland a more attractive place to live and work by 2021.

Speaking at the launch of the Manifesto, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive Chambers Ireland said, “Ireland has come through one of the most difficult periods of its history. In just a few short years we have…

CHAMBER MEMBER PROFILE – Michael Houlihan & Partners

Posted on February 1st, 2016

Professional Services from Michael Houlihan & Partners

Ennis Chamber AGM

Posted on February 1st, 2016

The Ennis Chamber AGM will take place this Thursday the 4th of February at 6.30pm in the Temple Gate Hotel.

All Members are welcome to attend.

EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™2016 Launch

Posted on February 1st, 2016


The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ (EOY™) 2016 programme is officially open for nominations. The theme of this year’s programme centres on ‘creating your business legacy’ and is open to entrepreneurs across all sectors. Entries are now open until 29 February with the 24 finalists announced in April.

Speaking at the launch, Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton, T.D. said: “Start-ups create two thirds of all new jobs across the Irish economy, and that is why

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