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Chamber Lobbying Update
Q1 Business Outlook Survey
Much Done but More to do to Stop Cyber Attacks on Irish Businesses
Right to Disconnect: Code of Practice Announced
Construction Sector Focus Group, Tuesday 13th April @ 11am
Webinar with Paul Reid: The HSE & Covid-19: Where to from here?
In Focus: The Costs of Remote Working
COVID-19 Funding Opportunity
ADCO broadens Country Wide
Metis Appointment & Expansion
Quartet of Promotions
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COVID-19 Funding Opportunity
Matrix Internet partnered with companies last year helping them secure funding of €40,000 each for the Covid-19 online retail scheme, and are now implementing new digital strategies to transform their business and grow online sales. If you think your retail business or your client could qualify for this, learn more about funding from the scheme in a step-by-step guide here.
ADCO broadens Country Wide

ADCO Contracting is currently doing a project for Mondelēz International in Kerry which involves main structural and architectural steel and civil upgrades, drainage, structural frames, and architectural finishes - all in a live production area where Cadbury's chocolate crumb is made. ADCO is currently completing major essential works nationwide with a number of international clients. Read more here.


Metis Appointment & Expansion

Leading financial planning firm Metis Ireland has responded to growing demand from clients with the appointment of new Financial Planning Executive Kate Walley, as well as the expansion of its Dublin headquarters which has seen its office space triple in size. Read more here.

Quartet of Promotions

UK and Ireland’s leading land surveying companies has made a quartet of senior promotions across the business this month. Murphy Geospatial, which has offices in six countries across Europe, has promoted Paraic Quirke, Paul Kearney, Colin Simpson and Trevor Moore into associate director positions. Read more here.