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.
Businesses in Ireland are no further advanced in understanding the issues that will need to be dealt with at the conclusion of this process but can take some solace in matters which the UK specified as being key elements in the…
Action Plans for Jobs 2017 Must Focus on Youth Unemployment
Commenting on today’s (4 January 2017) release of the CSO Monthly Unemployment figures for December 2016, Mark O’Mahoney, Director of Policy and Communications Chambers Ireland said, “The ongoing reduction in the unemployment rate is positive news, coming as it does at a time of uncertainty for the Irish economy.”
“However, the most encouraging aspect of the December figures is the drop in the rate of…
Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a successful 2017 from everyone at Ennis Chamber!
Ennis Chamber have teamed up with Clare County Council.
Mayor of Ennis Ann Norton and Ennis Chambers President Jean McCabe have collaborated this message to express the importance of Shopping Local this Christmas.
Lets keep it local!