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Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce, To Fly High As Annual Dinner Speaker
Want To Provide A 5 Star Customer Experience?
Gaining Momentum with Gym+Coffee Founder Niall Horgan
E-Scooters – Getting Dublin Ready
Does Brexit Have You Worried About Exporting To The UK?
Govt. To Review Entrepreneur Relief
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Govt. To Review Entrepreneur Relief

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has responded to Dublin Chamber’s lobbying efforts on Entrepreneur Relief from Capital Gains Tax by announcing a review of the scheme. Improving the competitiveness of Ireland’s offering to entrepreneurs has been a key message in the Chamber’s recent Budget campaign.

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** Room Hire **

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** Looking to Export? **

The Chamber's Export & Consular department, based here at 7 Clare Street, are experts when it comes to helping companies ship goods abroad easily, to register products in export markets and to visit export customers. Read on to learn more about the service and the special member discounts available. Contact for more details.


** Housing in the City **

Dublin Chamber has welcomed plans by Dublin City Council to redesignate up to two thirds of Dublin city’s industrial estates and business parks for mixed housing developments. This follows a wide-ranging Chamber campaign to promote high-density residential development through regeneration of brownfield sites in the city. Dublin City Planner John O’Hara will provide a Housing Briefing to Chamber members on Friday 8th March to discuss these and other plans.


** Go Green with Our Sustainable Dublin Event Series **

Sustainable Dublin, a new event series launching on March 28th will provide a B2B network for all companies operating in the green economy. For more information contact


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