As you can see from the pictures there has been huge progress in…
Irish Economic and Trade Interests Must be Protected During Brexit Negotiations
UK Prime Minister Triggers Article 50 of Lisbon Treaty
Following on from the UK’s decision to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty today (29 March 2017), Chambers Ireland calls on the Irish Government to continue a concerted, sustained campaign to highlight the unique Brexit issues for Ireland with both our European partners and the UK and to underline its commitment to protecting Irish trade, our…
Enhanced Credit Guarantee Scheme Is Good For Small Business
Chambers Ireland has today (21 March 2017) welcomed the announcement of the new Credit Guarantee Scheme 2017 by Minister for Employment and Small Business, Pat Breen TD.
Commenting on the new Scheme, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland said, “The announcement of the new and enhanced Credit Guarantee Scheme is good news for Irish business and will increase the vital support needed to access finance for SMEs. The announcement…
Dromoland Golf & Country Club to host the PGA Irish Club Professional Tournament
Experience It For Yourself At The Pro-Am Tournament Wednesday 3rd May 2017
The PGA in Ireland and Dromoland Golf & Country Club have agreed a deal to stage the 2017 Irish Club Professional Tournament at the Co. Clare parkland course, home to the five star Dromoland Castle.
The Ron Kirby & J.B. Carr designed course will host the 36-hole professional only event on…
Presenter, Kingsley Aikins has developed a unique easy to follow approach and methodology which he will demonstrate during the evening by arranging activities and exercises to enable attendees put the skills learned into practice.
Ennis, Limerick and Shannon Chambers Regional Business Networking event
Date Wednesday 29th March
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Venue: Bunratty Castle Hotel
The networking evening, presented by Ennis, Limerick and Shannon Chambers will outline why networking is now more important than…
Irish Business Can Set a Standard for…
Due to our mild winter and lots of hard graft we are beginning to see all the fruits of our tireless work. At present we have an abundance of lettuce, broad beans, garlic, onions, cabbage growing. We recently started to grow sweet corn and mixed peppers.
Over the next six weeks our General operative staff here in the Ennis Chamber will be embarking on a horticultural workshop hosting by Mark Flahive from…
Exchequer Surplus an Opportunity for Increased Capital Investment
Commenting on the release of today’s (2 March 2017) Fiscal Monitor, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said, “The Exchequer Surplus of €587 million recorded to end of February is a welcome indicator of continued economic growth and a strong start to 2017. The strong Exchequer return figures are encouraging for Government ahead of the Capital Plan Review due to take place later this year. The continued increase…
St Patrick’s Day Road Closures
Road closures in Ennis will come into effect from 8:00 a.m. and will occur on a rolling basis and according to requirements. Roads will be re-opened as soon as possible following the parade.
Roads to be closed:
- Steele’s Terrace / Newbridge Road (from Kelly’s Corner roundabout to the Club Bridge)
- New Road from its junction with Tulla Road to Newbridge Road
- College Road (local access only)
- Mill Road in an easterly