Chambers Ireland launches Pre Budget Submission 2019 with Chief Executives from the Chamber Network
The Local Enterprise Office Mayo are running a workshop to cover areas relating to tariffs the implications on a business, rates of tariff, VAT implications, currency fluctuations and foreign payments, sourcing and or selling in the EU as well as knowing how to spread the extra costs and freight forwarding to beat or minimise the tariff costs.
This is a FREE event but registration is required.
Congratulations to our CEO Anne Cunnane at Ballyhaunis Chamber on coming second in the annual Spotlights Awards. Each year businesses are encouraged to nominate their chosen employee or work colleague, The Spotlights program has been created for SMEs to find Ireland's best employee - that person who always goes the extra mile.This is something Anne certainly does through her work here in Ballyhaunis and her involvement in the community and passion to drive the town forward.
Well done Anne we are so proud of you.
“The analysis in today’s ESRI report clearly outlines what we have been hearing from the Chamber Network for some time now; that high childcare costs are directly impacting upon women in the workplace, contributing to lower rates of employment and contributing significantly to the high cost of living in Ireland.
Chambers Ireland welcomes Formal Agreement of €300 million Brexit Loan Scheme
Commenting on today’s (22 January 2018) announcement of a formal agreement on the leveraging of a total of €300m for the Brexit Loan Scheme for Irish businesses, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said,
Ballyhaunis Tidy towns are encouraging people to contact the local litter warden on 094 9024444 if they notice illegal dumping. This call comes after a number of cases of dumping of household rubbish in the area in recent weeks.
Mayo County Council has launched an iniative through a new national website designed to gather information on vacant homes throughout the country. Local government wants to engage with owners to assist in bringing these homes back in to use.
To see how it works, log on to www.vacanthomes.ie
The Office of Government Procurement (OGP) encourages all SMEs to keep informed of potential tender opportunities in coming months. Register on www.etenders.gov.ie to see all Irish public sector procurement opportunities.