Data Crucial to Obtaining Supports for Business – Chambers Ireland Launches Latest COVID-19 Business Impact Survey

Chambers Ireland is today (27 May) launching our latest Covid-19 business impact survey. The target of this survey are the business owners and operators around the country, both those whose

Half measures not enough – Chambers Ireland calls for significant expansion of supports to support business through COVID-19 catastrophe

Following today’s (22 May 2020) launch of the Restart Fund, Chambers Ireland calls on Government to urgently commit to increased funding and a more expansive approach, so that businesses of

Tóg Mé Bhaile go Mhaigh Eó – Take Me Home to Mayo –

From Ballina to Pennsylvania, Sarah’s Story By Paul Kostiak Part 2 In the first installment of this series I wrote of my great grandmother Sarah Carden. You may recall that

Chambers Ireland welcomes wellspring of supports from An Post

Following today’s (20 May 2020) announcement from An Post of its commitment of €2 million worth of practical supports for Ireland’s SMEs to get back to business, Chambers Ireland welcomes

Return to Work Protocal for business

CE of Chambers Ireland, Ian Talbot spoke at the launch of the ‘Return to work Protocal’ at in Government press centre, on Saturday 9th May . These protocals, briefly highlighted

Ballina Chamber Say Government Must Increase Financial Support For Ireland West Airport Knock

Ballina Chamber of Commerce have said that Ireland West Airport Knock, will play a major role in rebuilding the tourism industry in the county after the Covid-19 crisis and the

Next Programme for Government Must Support Regional Recovery and Boost Impacted Sectors in the Wake of the COVID-19 Crisis

Chambers Ireland launches new research this morning (8 May 2020) on the sectoral and regional impact of COVID-19. This follows publication of survey results last week on the 30 April

Ballina Salmon Festival postponed until later in 2020.

Following on from the Government directive announced on Tuesday 21st April, that all major public gatherings will not take place this summer, and events with crowds of more than 5,000

Queues and the maintenance of physical distancing outside retail stores

The Government’s overriding objective during Covid-19 is to ensure the public’s health and safety. The public health advice is clear and consistent. Everyone is urged to stay in their home

Roadmap for Reopening Society & Business

Following the announcement from An Taoiseach here is the Roadmap for Reopening Society & Business here – Friday May 1st The changes to the public health guidelines that will come into

Wide-Ranging Financial Supports Welcomed by Business as We Plan for Re-Opening of Economy

Chambers Ireland welcomes announcement from Cabinet this afternoon (2 May 2020) of additional financial supports for businesses, particularly SMEs, who have been impacted by COVID-19. The supports range from waivers

Government announces 26 new COVID-19 research and innovation projects to complement existing third-level research activity

Issued by the Government Press Office 29 April 2020 Projects will address key areas such as frontline healthcare, diagnostics, infection control, contact tracing, mental health, potential treatments, and management of