6th October 2021

Minister of State Damien English TD meets members of Ennis Chamber

It felt like normality had returned last week with the start of Ennis Chamber Autumn/Winter networking series.

On Thursday morning September 30th, we welcomed Jerry Hallissey, Head of Business Development with Shannon Foynes Port to a maximum capacity breakfast meeting (with Covid restrictions) at Temple Gate Hotel, to discuss potential investment and benefits around offshore renewable energy.

Bookending that day, we welcomed Minister of State for Business Employment and Retail, Damien English TD to a meeting with members of Ennis Chamber, at the Old Ground Hotel.

Both events were very successful. Minister of State English took considerable time to work his way through the room, to chat on a one-to-one basis with all of the member companies present and to discuss their concerns and to listen to their suggestions.  The subsequent feedback from members has been very positive.

Ennis Chamber is working with a number of businesses who were present that evening to follow up on on issues raised with the Minister, to help them find a positive resolution.

Ennis Chamber wishes to thank Deputy Joe Carey TD for facilitating the meeting with Minister of State Damien English TD.




Main photo: Darragh McAllister, President Ennis Chamber welcomes Minister of State Damien English TD to a meeting of Ennis Chamber members at The Old Ground Hotel on Thursday September 30th.


L to R: Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail Damien English TD chats with Ennis Chamber members Pamela Clancy of Cashin Clancy Solicitors and Ann Marie O’Connor, O’Connors Bakery .Pic Arthur Ellis.

Minister of State Damien English TD  meets with Ennis Chamber members Geraldine and Christopher Byrne of Motion Picture Licensing Company. Pic Arthur Ellis.

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