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Charity Golf Day @ Royal Dublin Golf Club

The Chamber's charity golf event will take place at the prestigious Royal Dublin Golf Club on Monday 22nd August. The event will begin with a shotgun start at 2pm followed by dinner. All money raised will be donated to the Chamber's charities of the year: The Peter McVerry Trust and Epilepsy Ireland. BOOK NOW!

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CEOs Switching Focus
PwC Finds Firms Worried About Reputation
Irish CEOs are feeling less confident about both the economy and the prospects for their own business, according to the latest PwC Pulse Survey. Interestingly, the study also found that company chiefs are focusing less on increasing profits and more on improving their firm's reputation. Read on to find out more about what else CEOs are currently saying.
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Upcoming Chamber Events
Here are 3 great Chamber events coming up over the coming weeks and months that you and your colleagues won't want to miss.
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Gina Quin Departs as CEO
After more than 15 years at the healm, we were sad to this week say goodbye to Gina Quin as our Chief Executive. Gina has left the Chamber to take up the role of President at the National College of Ireland. Everyone at the Chamber would like to take this opportunity to wish Gina well in her new position. We look forward to announcing a replacement CEO in due course. In the meantime, please find a 'goodbye' letter from Gina to members...
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Business Ireland - New Issue
The new Summer issue of Business Ireland has been sent out to members over the past week. The issue is also now live on The Irish Times website. Take a look now and have a read of some of great features, including an exclusive interview with PayPal's Louise Phelan, a look at Dublin's growing housing crisis, and an analysis of what Brexit means for business.
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Chamber News Round-Up

*** TechIreland Database Launched
Dublin Chamber is proud to be one of the financial backers of TechIreland, a new public database of all tech companies in Ireland. This is the only place online where details of all the tech firms based in Ireland can be found in one place.

*** New Public Affairs Manager

Graeme McQueen has been appointed to the position of Public Affairs Manager, following the recent departure of Patrick King. Graeme has worked as part of the policy team in the Chamber since January 2014. In the new role he will lead the Chamber’s work on key policy issues and oversee the Chamber’s Media Relations activity.

*** Development Plan Submission
The Chamber recently made a submission to Dublin City Council regarding the Amended Dublin City Development Plan. Included in our submission are calls for building height limits to be increased, improved cycling infrastructure and improvements in the public realm. Read our submission here.

*** Dublin Economic Monitor
The latest edition of the Dublin Economic Monitor shows that Dublin's economic performance is improving, although the impact of Brexit remains a cloud on the horizon.

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Avoid Quays This Weekend
To facilitate Luas Cross City construction works, from 8pm on Friday July 29th until 6am on Tuesday August 2nd, Dublin’s north and south quayswill be closed to eastbound and westbound traffic at O’Connell Bridge. Details of alternative routes can be found here.
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