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Join Us at Carton House for Ireland's Best Corporate Golf Day!
Chamber Welcomes Climate Change Action Plan
The Handy Brexit Guide Your Business Needs
What's 2019 Got In Store For Retailers?
New MetroLink Plan For Dublin
Work Permit Changes
Gaining Momentum With Pestle & Mortar Founder Sonia Deasy
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Work Permit Changes

The struggle to attract & retain high quality staff is currently a huge issue for Dublin firms. When several employers came to us in 2018, their ask was simple: help us attract highly-skilled staff by making it easier for their spouses & partners to work here.

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Gaining Momentum With Pestle & Mortar Founder Sonia Deasy

Sonia Deasy has created a foundation for the future – literally. In 2014 she launched no-fuss skincare business Pestle & Mortar, combining generations of wisdom and natural ingredients with science to create a pure hyaluronic serum. Now, a whole range of products and profit later, she’s just won a contract with Bloomingdales in New York and is aiming for the UK and Australia.

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Need a Room for Your Next Meeting?

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.

 

Looking to Export?

The Chamber's Export & Consular department, based here at 7 Clare Street, are experts when it comes to helping companies ship goods abroad easily, to register products in export markets and to visit export customers. Read on to learn more about the service and the special member discounts available. Contact richard@dublinchamber.ie for more details.

 

Have Your Say On Budget 2020

Dublin Chamber has started work on this year’s Pre-Budget Submission. Over the coming weeks and months, our Budget & Tax Taskforce, composed of elected members of Council, will be developing proposals to improve Dublin’s business environment. In our Q1 survey, two thirds of firms identified housing and infrastructure as the biggest priority. We would welcome input from members of all sizes and in all sectors.

 

Do you have an idea for the next Pre-Budget Submission? Send your thoughts, ideas, or feedback to policy@dublinchamber.ie with ‘Budget’ in the subject line.

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