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Chamber Magazine Published With The Irish Times
21 Days Until Momentum! Have You Booked Your Ticket Yet?
Are You Prepared for the Departure of Key Staff?
Destination 2.6m: How Will We Live and Move in the Year 2050?
Upcoming Events
Chamber Golf Day - 18th August
Chamber Makes Case For Dublin
Chamber News Roundup
Member News | Member Offers | Member Blogs
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Upcoming Events
Looking to get out to learn and network during May? Take a look at these 4 great events coming up over the coming weeks that you and your colleagues won't want to miss...
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Chamber Golf Day - 18th August
We're delighted to announce that the Chamber's annual charity golf day will take place at the stunning St Margaret's Golf & Country Club on Friday 18th August. Book now! A small number of sponsorship opportunities remain - for details contact ciara@dublinchamber.ie.
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Chamber Makes Case For Dublin
Embrace urbanisation, promote policies that allow for higher buildings and denser living, avoid making the same planning mistakes in other cities that have been made in Dublin. These are just some of the points made by the Chamber in its recent submission to a public consultation on the Government's new National Planning Framework. You can read the full submission on our website.
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** New Economic Monitor **
The 9th edition of the Dublin Economic Monitor was released yesterday. The Monitor, which tracks 15 key economic indicators, shows that Dublin's economy is performing strongly.

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