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What's in this week's issue of Dublin Chamber Weekly?
Jo Browne Joins Lineup for Momentum | Weds 9th Sept
Virtual Networking is Back | Tomorrow (Friday) @ 12 Noon
Everest Climber Mahon Confirmed for Wellness | Mon 7th Sept
Round-Up: What's Happening Around Dublin This Week
Missed a Webinar? Catch Up on This Week's Sessions
Work Anytime, Anywhere With workair's Tailored Solutions
Sustainability Academy - 4 New Courses Confirmed
2 Other Great Webinars Coming Up in September
Member Discount: PRII Diploma in Public Relations
Staycation In Style This Autumn
Ulyema Reveals Recipe of Success
Virgin Media Backs Theya
Irish SMEs Missing Out Online
Chamber Consular Dept Open
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Staycation In Style This Autumn
Member Offer

Optimum Chauffeur Drive are offering the opportunity for people to staycation in style this autumn, with a whole host of special rates for trips made throughout Ireland. Looking for inspiration? The company's website is packed with great suggestions and offers that can be tailored to suit your requirements. Find out more here. 


Ulyema Reveals Recipe of Success
Leadership Tips

Ulster Bank spoke to Fiona Ulyema, founder of Fused as part of their Follow the Leaders series. Fiona discusses how she fell in love with Japanese cuisine, a development which inspired her to create a cookbook, develop a popular blog and become a TV regular on Ireland AM Virgin. Read all about her story here.

Virgin Media Backs Theya
Profiling Opportunity

Irish lingerie and face masks firm Theya recently applied to participate and feature in Virgin Media's Backing Business campaign. The firm was delighted to feature across their Virgin Media Television Instagram platform.  This kind of exposure and visibility on the Virgin Media social media platform is of great help to companies trying to get their message out there. More details here.

Irish SMEs Missing Out Online
Consumer Survey

Around three quarters (72%) of Irish consumers have either spent more online during the Covid-19 crisis or the same amount as they did pre-pandemic. However, just 25% of SMEs in Ireland currently sell online. These are just some of the key findings in a new report published by IE Domain Registry CLG (IEDR) on the the attitudes and responses to the Covid-19 crisis of 1,000 Irish consumers and 500 retail and customer-facing professional services SMEs. The report, Tipping Point: How e-commerce can reignite Ireland’s post-Covid-19 economy is in partnership with Digital Business Ireland. You'll find it 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