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What's in this week's issue of Dublin Chamber Weekly?

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Welcome to this week's issue of Dublin Chamber Weekly. This issue includes details of all the great virtual events we have coming up. 


Don't forget, if you have any company news or offers that you'd like to see featured in Dublin Chamber Weekly, please send it to us


We hope you enjoy this week's issue.


*Some of our events are only open to specific member categories.


Join us for our Chamber Connect event on September 3rd at 12 noon. 


Unlike a webinar or Zoom meeting our event will take place in a virtual networking space.


You will join a table to speak directly to other Chamber members and be able to move from table to table to ensure you make plenty of new contacts on the day.


The Chamber team will be available to speak to you about the benefits and promotional opportunities available as part of your membership. 


You'll also find out about opportunities to gain visibility for your company's brand through our wide range of promotional opportunities and learn about Dublin Chamber's lobbying activity. 


Opportunities for sponsorship, speaking slots and profiling for your business will all be outlined so you're up to date with all of the Chamber offerings.


More details here. 


Join us for an exciting networking masterclass event on Wednesday 15th September at 12 noon with respected networking expert Kingsley Aikins.


Kingsley who is the CEO of The Networking Institute will speak about the power of networking and will share his methodology to help members improve their skill level.


Unlike a webinar or Zoom meeting our event will take place in a virtual networking space. Guests will join “tables” of six to meet and speak directly to each other.


Guests will also be able to move freely from table to table to ensure plenty of new contacts are made on the day.


Book your place here.





We are delighted to announce the Autumn schedule of The Sustainability Academy sponsored by AIB.


Our workshops are a must attend if your company is seeking to get a better understanding of what sustainability means for your business and the opportunities it can create.


The Sustainability Academy will enable participants to develop a practical roadmap for future engagement and action.


Book a course here.


Join us on Wednesday 1st of September at 12 noon for our Sustainable Dublin 2050 event. The theme of this event in the series is Circular Economy.


To understand the challenges climate change presents and to examine how we can achieve a more sustainable future we are running a series of four events to update and inform members on the legislative and political context of climate action and the benefits and opportunities that a move toward a low carbon and more circular economy can present to business.


Ciaran Brady, Head of Resource Recovery, Bord na Mona will speak at this event with more speakers to be confirmed.


Book your place here. 


Join us on Monday 6th September at 12 noon for our Monday Wellness event with Jack Kavanagh, Performance & Resilience Coach. 


Jacks work as a coach and speaker and is passionate about accompanying people on their journey of personal development and leadership.


He works with individuals and groups as they transform towards the person or team they want to and can be.


This event is kindly sponsored by Permanent TSB. 


Book your place here.  



More News
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

Bring your Start-up to Life

SuperDisty are revolutionising the world of eCommerce. With decades of experience within the field, Elaine Ralph and Gabriel Nolan are making it easier than ever for small businesses to begin their paths to success. Operating on a framework of “pay ZERO commission” on all sales, their product eSuperStore is bringing potential startups to life. With hundreds of businesses setting up personalised online stores, and keeping their fair share of the profits, small businesses are set to boom in our post-Covid era. For more information check here.


OU Insights Live: Explore The OU
Member Webinar

The Open University will host a webinar entitled OU Insights Live: Explore The OU which will be broadcast on Tuesday 10th August at 6pm chaired by Laurence Knell AL. Two students from Ireland will provide insights into how OU study works and careers consultant Marina Lennon will be on hand to talk to the students about how to develop their careers. Valerie Lynch, Senior Advisor will also be available to answer questions about payment options and qualification recognition in Ireland. Register here. 

Is Diversity All Talk?
Member Survey

The topic of equity, diversity and inclusion (ED&I) has come to the fore for many organisations, especially as the Covid-19 pandemic has shone a light on the different opportunities and outcomes at individual, community and societal levels. However, to what extent has this translated into real and meaningful change within organisations or has it remained as just talk? Hays wants to find out your views on progress towards greater ED&I at work. Take the survey here.