Ballina Chamber launches new Brand

Ballina Chamber launches new Brand


Ballina Chamber, as a member of the Chambers Ireland network, launched a new brand today, reflecting their strength and influence as a member of the collaborative network.


Launching the new brand, Chamber President Paul Regan said, “Ballina Chamber is delighted to unveil our new logo and tagline. We are proud to represent our members and we are committed, more than ever, to enhancing our local community and working together to create and advance business opportunities for all. Being part of the largest business network in the country enhances our abilities to speak out on our members behalf and affect change in the policy areas our business community requires.”


“With business in Ireland preparing for the outcomes of Brexit and discussion on the Future of Europe, we believe that Ballina Chamber provides a crucial and consistent engagement with stakeholders, enabling our members to thrive in the ever evolving environment.

Echoing this sentiment Ian Talbot of Chambers Ireland said, “Founded in 1923, with some of our members dating back as far as the 1700’s, we have substantial history, knowledge and a consistent background as the voice of the business community. Today, Chambers are more relevant than ever. As the needs of business change, we are consolidating our ability to adapt and meet the needs of our members through engagement, active listening and calls to action. Our lobbying targets issues relevant to all businesses large and small, foreign and domestic tied together by location.”

“Our new logo and tagline, , illustrates the ethos of Chambers across the country, reflecting the work being done on behalf of our members in many different spheres including lobbying Local Government, National Government and the EU to shape policy and deliverables, as well as representing the concerns of business to relevant stakeholders.”

Paul Regan states “Ballina Chamber of Commerce has had an extremely successful year in 2017; commencing with the second Purple Flag award in April right to the recent runner up award at the Bank of Ireland sponsored National Enterprise Award. Ballina is fighting strong as a community, proud of its people and achievements, we look forward to continuing success in 2018,  and working with our fellow community groups.”

Featured Picture: Chambers Ireland President Niamh Boyle and Chief Executive Ian Talbot celebrate the launch of new Brand


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