In This Issue
Salesforce's Dempsey Confirmed to Speak at 2020 AGM Dinner
18 Nominations for Council: Who Will You Vote For?
5 Things SME Food Companies Can Expect in 2020
Your Guide to the Chamber’s 2020 Events Programme
Book Now: Fianna Fáil’s Micheál Martin to Speak on 23rd Jan.
The Best Photos From Our Christmas Networking Evening
Q4 Survey Results: Here’s What You Told Us
General Election: What Are Your Business' Concerns?
‘Tech Talks’ Partnership Opportunity
Invite: Credit Management: Effective Strategies to Maximise Results
Invite: Competitive Challenges Facing the Irish Economy
Christmas Opening Hours
Member News
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General Election: What Are Your Business' Concerns?

Government and opposition parties are gearing up for a General Election, and so is Dublin Chamber. Over the past month we have been consulting with all members to inform our General Election manifesto priorities. In addition to the Q4 member survey, the Chamber has also held four focus groups with members, providing valuable qualitative insight into the current issues facing businesses. Have you had your say yet?

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‘Tech Talks’ Partnership Opportunity

Next year will see the rollout of Tech Talks, an exclusive series of four breakfast events for our large and medium-sized member companies. Launching on the 12th February with John Collins, Director of Content at Intercom, Tech Talks is the perfect opportunity for your company to engage with some of Dublin's most prominent business leaders and to get the inside track on some of the country’s most exciting and interesting tech stories. Contact maire@dublinchamber.ie for more information.

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Invite: Credit Management: Effective Strategies to Maximise Results

Join us on Wednesday 29th January to discover a whole new perspective on the role and function of credit management at our breakfast briefing. Speakers include: Naomi English, Senior Associate, Debt Recovery, Mason Hayes & Curran and Keith Rooney, Barrister-at-Law with Jason Harte, Partner and Head of Debt Recovery, Mason Hayes & Curran MCing. 

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Invite: Competitive Challenges Facing the Irish Economy

Join us in the Chamber on Wednesday 15th January where we will be joined by Frances Ruane, Chair of the National Competitiveness Council ( NCC) and Ciara Morley, Manager with EY-DKM Economic Advisory Services who will highlight to members what they see as the competitive challenges facing the Irish eonomy.

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Christmas Opening Hours

The Chamber will be closed for general business from Tuesday 24th December at 12.30pm until Thursday 2nd January. The consular department will be open (for stamping of documents only) on Friday 27th December (10am -12pm), Monday 30th December (10-12), Tuesday 31st December (10-12).

 

Please note: Due to the holidays there will be a delay in processing of documents. It is therefore advisable to present urgent documents in good time. Documents for visas and legalisations presented after December 20th may not be processed until after the holidays. Collections from embassies will also be restricted during this time.

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