South Dublin Chamber - the leading business representative body serving the business community in South Dublin County since 1984

Russia - Are you interested in a new market

Less than 4% of our exports go to the BRIC countries:Brazil, Russia, India and China. Its an untapped market for Ireland.

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UK-Ireland Food Business Innovation Summit

Registration is now open for the first UK-Ireland Food Business Innovation Summit and Exhibition

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Live Register: Domestic Demand is the Key to Job Creation

In the context of Live Register figures that show an unchanged standardised unemployment rate of 14%, Chambers Ireland has today (01/05/13) called for an increased focus from Government on the domestic economy.

 

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Finally Newlands Cross to be upgraded

South Dublin Chamber has today (30/04/13) welcomed the announcement that work will begin on the N11 Arklow/Rathnew Road Improvement Scheme and the N7 Newlands Cross Junction Upgrade Scheme, following the signing of the Public Private Partnership

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Budget 2014

Pre-Budget Submission

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Business Concerns Highlighted

Peter Byrne CEO South Dublin Chamber and Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Jobs and Enterprise Dara Calleary TD meeting in Dáil Éireann 

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Risk Reward for Business Owners

Some of the members of the Risk Reward Sub-Committee

Pictured: Peter Byrne CEO, South Dublin Chamber, Jimmy Sheehan, Sheehan & Associates, Brian Buckley, Greyhound Recycling & Recovery Limited, Jim King, AJ King & Co

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Did you know that South Dublin may have an everlasting supply of renewable energy?

Ireland has targets to meet in terms of renewable energy usage and in electricity generation.

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Chamber VAT Reclaim - Recover up to 25% of your foreign VAT expenditure

South Dublin Chamber working with you to save as much as possible.

Click here for more information. 

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Upcoming Meeting of Lucan Branch of South Dublin Chamber

Members and Non-Members are invited to attend an upcoming meeting of the Lucan Branch of South Dublin Chamber to discuss the issues directly affecting the Lucan area.

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