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What's in this week's issue of Dublin Chamber Weekly?
Watt Amongst Speakers Confirmed for Upcoming Webinars
Chamber Submits New Remote Working Paper
Covid-19 Mentoring Service | Last Few Places Remaining
Missed a Webinar? Catch Up on This Week's 3 Sessions
Business Ireland Q1 - Online Edition
Supporting Local Made Easy
Workshop for Retailers
Support The Homeless From Home
Donate Digitally to Spinal Injuries
Housing Output to Fall 40%?
Griffith Launches 'Reboot' Course
Chamber Consular Dept Open
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Supporting Local Made Easy
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Dublin firm LoyLap have come up with a novel way of allowing consumers to support their local businesses during Covid-19. The LoyLap website allows you to buy a voucher for your favour local cafe or restaurant (and much more). Once you've bought the voucher you will be sent a unique QR code, which can be redeemed once the business re-opens. Dozens of firms have already signed up, including many cafes and restaurants. Find out more here.

 
Workshop for Retailers
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Retail experts Bobby Kerr and James Burke will be among the speakers at a special retail-focused workshop hosted next week by the Dublin City Local Enterprise Office. The session, which will run on Tuesday 5th May from 11am-1.30pm, will provide retailers with inspiration and practical ideas to help their business recover from Covid-19. And all for the very generous price of €10. Details here.

 
Support The Homeless From Home
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Show your support for those without a home of their own during this crisis, by bringing your team together for Homes From Home. On your next team video conference or Zoom call, show your support for the Peter McVerry Trust, and those in homelessness by working together to create a message of support and making a donation here

 
Donate Digitally to Spinal Injuries
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Spinal Injuries Ireland have introduced a range of online content for those living with a spinal injury during this time. From cooking demos, to wheelchair pilates there is something for everyone. Fundraising accounts for 60% of SII's funding, and, with cash-raising efforts having been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, the public are being asked to make a donation to support the organisation's important work. You can donate here.

 
Housing Output to Fall 40%?
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A new report issued by Knight Frank says that the delivery of new homes could fall by as much as 40% in 2020 due to Brexit and Covid-19. Knight Frank said it saw a drop of 25% in new enquiries during the month of March. You can view the full report here

 
Griffith Launches 'Reboot' Course
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Griffith College have launched a free online business planning course to help firms cope with and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Among the topics explored on the Reboot Your Business course, being run in partnership with Chambers Ireland, will be cashflow, crisis management and managing flexible working practices. The schedule of workshops and registration details are available on the Griffith College website.

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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