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Good Grub Sets Out to Feed Disadvantaged Dublin Kids
Take's Home Working Survey... and Win €250
Alzheimer's Society Cancels Vital Tea Day Fundraiser
Ireland's Tech Habits Revealed in New B&A Report
Thomas Franks Gives €10k in Vouchers to Dublin Hospitals
Kids Competition: What Does Their Dream House Look Like?
Facebook Subsidiary to Create 50 New Jobs in Ireland
Your Guide to Covid-19 Tax Changes Around the Globe
Fabraco Offers Modular Buildings to Help With Covid Response
Emirates Rolls Out Pre-Flight Covid-19 Tests
Member Offer: Printed Image Offers Back to Work Retail Pack
Ebay Aims to Get Firms 'Up & Running' Online
Sodexo's Keenan Takes Bronze at Chef Awards
LHK Insurance Launches New Technical Working Group
Could Acting Skills Help You Get Ahead in Business?
Barry Winkless Appears on New CPL Podcast
Verve Launches Internal Communications Guide
Sixt Offer Car Hire Discount to Front Line Workers
Techfynder Reports Sharp Increase in Business
A Step By Step Course To Get Back To Work Productively
5 Simple Steps To Staying Healthy at Home
Chamber BusConnects Submission
Time to Up-Skill?
Chamber Consular Dept Open
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Chamber BusConnects Submission

Dublin Chamber has long supported the idea of overhauling Dublin’s bus system to make it more efficient and fit for purpose. Last week, the Chamber made its latest submission to the National Transport Authority (NTA) in support of the BusConnects project, which would see the creation of new core corridors and orbital routes. Dublin Chamber recommended in its submission that the BusConnects plan could be improved by: giving greater consideration to cycling and park and ride facilities as feeders to the bus corridors; availing of new technological advances; and the introduction of more 24 hour services. You can read our full submission here. Feedback to

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Time to Up-Skill?

Changes in the working environment due to the Covid-19 crisis have resulted in a disruption to how we work and the skills that we need. Whether these changes are short lived or more long term, now may be the ideal time to engage in up-skilling or cross-skilling at your firm. The Dublin Regional Skills Forum (DRSF) is offering to work with businesses to resolve any skills issues during the crisis. To access this support you can contact Dublin Regional Skills Manager Natasha Kinsella.

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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