In This Issue
What's in this week's issue of Dublin Chamber Weekly?
iCare's Options to Let You Help the Homeless this Christmas
Don a Christmas Jumper to Help Ireland’s Sickest Children
ABII Launches Brain Injury Appeal for Jack
Alzheimer Society Keeping Memories Alive this Christmas
Peter McVerry Trust Launches Corporate Christmas Appeal
Catch Up On This Week's Webinars
Lots of Great Chamber Webinars Coming up! Book Now!
Why Do Shoppers Not Checkout?
Arkphire Acquired by Presidio
Do Offices Have a Future?
New Catering Contract Announced
Chamber Consular Dept Open
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Why Do Shoppers Not Checkout?
Member Webinar

GeoDirectory are hosting an exciting event tomorrow (Friday 27th of November) at 12 noon. During this webinar you will learn why 3 in 5 customers abandon the checkout when shopping online. Register here.

 

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Arkphire Acquired by Presidio
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Arkphire has announced it is to be fully acquired by Presidio, a leading North American IT solutions provider. The deal represents a further consolidation of scale in the ICT services market creating a global IT supply and services business. Arkphire will support Presidio as a strategic platform to drive business expansion across both Europe and Asia Pacific. Read more here.

 
Do Offices Have a Future?
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Businesses, property developers and city authorities must act now to enable office workers to revitalise relationships with the workplace post-pandemic, according to a new report produced by Ireland's leading property company, IPUT, and multinational consultancy firm, Arup. The report analyses the role of the office and how it can continue to support new ways of working. Download the report here.

 
New Catering Contract Announced
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Mount Charles Ireland have announced a new contract with the Department of Health, based in Miesian Plaza on Baggot Street, Dublin. The catering team will provide services to all occupants situated over the building’s seven floors, including the Department of Health and the Department of Finance. The team will deliver a premium, healthy, local fresh food offer. Read more here.

 
Chamber Consular Dept Open
We can still process your documents

Our Export and Consular Services department remains open for business and is accepting documents for certification and/or legalisation. Our EssCert platform for electronically stamping certificates of origin and other export or commercial documents can help minimise contact and encourage social distancing while still having your documents processed in a time effective and efficient manner. For further information please contact richard@dublinchamber.ie