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Putt It There- Last Chance to Book Your Spot!
International Export Documentation Course
Leveraging Data Analytics in the World of Tax
Are you a water user? We want your input.
Future Scope 2018
Beijing-Dublin Mutual Investment Forum
Our View on Local Property Tax
Dublin Simon Last Hour Appeal
Matchmaking Mission to Liverpool
Tax Treatment of Professional Subs
Upcoming Events
Chamber News Roundup
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Are you a water user? We want your input.

Plans to standardise water rates will be unveiled in the coming weeks. What will this mean for Dublin, and for your business?

 

A consultation will soon take place to gauge business reaction and we want to hear from you. To make your voice heard, please email policy@dublinchamber.ie with ‘Water Tariffs’ in the subject line.

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Future Scope 2018

FutureScope is taking place in The CCD tomorrow (31st May). It is a must-attend event for anybody interested in building their knowledge of emerging tech, exploring collaboration opportunities within the technology and start-up ecosystems.

 

Follow this link: Dublin Chamber FS18 Discount, to get your discount ticket which includes access to all four stages, eight breakout sessions and a networking lunch.

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Beijing-Dublin Mutual Investment Forum

This Forum commemorated the visit to Dublin by Mr. Cai Qi, Member of Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and concurrently Secretary of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee.

 

Travelling to our shores at the invitation of Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mr. Simon Coveney, Party Secretary Cai Qi led the trade mission of 20 Chinese companies. It was one of the highest level Chinese delegations to Ireland.

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Our View on Local Property Tax

Taxes generated locally should be spent locally. That was the key message which Dublin Chamber sent to the Department of Finance in our submission on the Review of Local Property Tax (LPT).

 

 

Dublin Chamber’s submission can be read here.

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Dublin Simon Last Hour Appeal

Dublin Simon Community have launched a new appeal to help generate much needed funding to develop new projects and initiatives.

 

You can support Simon’s Last Hour Appeal by pledging to donate the last hour of your wages each month to support people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. 

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Matchmaking Mission to Liverpool
Learn more about the latest AI, VR and AR technologies from industry leaders in Liverpool on June 27th and discover what solutions are available to your sector.
 
This is a free event organised by the Enterprise Europe Network and funding is available to cover flights and accommodation. Please contact Aoife at aoifengo@dublinchamber.ie if interested.
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Tax Treatment of Professional Subs

New Revenue rules are threatening a reduction in the number of employees who hold multiple professional memberships in Dublin.

 

The rules mean that employer-paid professional membership fees may be taxed as Benefit-In-Kind unless they can be shown to be statutorily required for carrying out the duties of employment. We have made representation to the Revenue Commissioners to highlight this problem, informed by feedback from concerned members. We will continue to press for action on the matter in the coming months. Read our policy statement on this issue here.

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Upcoming Events

We have some fantastic events coming up over the month of June. 

 

Here are 3 International and Briefing events that you and your colleagues won't want to miss...

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Chamber News Roundup

**Ditch Your Carbon Cup Print**

We are delighted to be partnering with students from CBS Charleville Secondary School who are offering a solution to reducing the number of single-use cups in the workplace with their project "Ditch Your Carbon Footprint".

 

The students received a Young Social Innovator award in 2017 and last month had their work recognised by the Mayor of Cork at a civic reception. Keep an eye out for the boys exhibiting at our upcoming events and their reusable cups in our office soon.

 

** Room Hire **

Looking for room hire in the city centre? We have some great room rates available for members here at 7 Clare St. Take a look at our rooms here and for further information contact  Ruthe@dublinchamber.ie.

** Dublin Chamber on Instagram **
Want a little more Dublin Chamber in your life? If you're an Instagram user, be sure to follow our account.

 

 

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