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Getting Safe in Cyberspace is Now More Important Than Ever
Lobbying Update
Statutory Sick Pay Details Announced
Time to Plan a Return to The Office?
The Future of Dublin Port - Briefing Tues 29th June @ 11.30am
Plan for the North City Centre Unveiled
Did You Miss Our Events? Catch Up Here!
Focus Group: Sustainable Development Goals & Your Business
Chamber Calls for Businesses to Facilitate Vaccinations
Sweet Suite Dreams
Sustainability Transformation
Expansion for Tam Services
Small Business Assistance Scheme for COVID (SBASC) Opened Yesterday
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Sweet Suite Dreams

Treat yourself to some luxury with a stay at the Morrison in one of their Junior Suites from €399 for 2 people sharing. This package includes an overnight bed and breakfast in a junior suite, with a bottle of Moët Champagne, dinner, a cocktail and more. Read more here. 

Sustainability Transformation
Member Webinar

‘In Conversation with Q5’ webinar, ‘Sustainability Transformation – Beyond planting, pledges and promises’ will take place on Thursday 24th June at 9:15am. Hosted by Angela Fox, Principal Consultant at Q5, and Finlay Murphy, Senior Consultant at Q5, they are delighted to be joined by Andrea Abrahams, Independent Consultant – Net Zero, Sally Barrett-Jolley, Head of Corporate Affairs at Bakkavor, and Guy Wingate, Head of Sustainable Transformation at GSK. Register here .

Expansion for Tam Services

TAM Services has expanded its operations to become a nationwide service provider of outsourcing service solutions to clients in a variety of different industries. These include, utilities, logistics, facilities management, corporate and hospitality. See more here.

Small Business Assistance Scheme for COVID (SBASC) Opened Yesterday

The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD, today opened the Small Business Assistance Scheme for COVID (SBASC) for a second round of applications from both SMEs and microenterprises. Businesses that received the grant in the first round can receive a second grant provided they are still eligible.

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