CETA Ratification Pivotal to Future of EU Trade Agenda

Today (14th February 2017) on the eve of the European Parliament’s crucial vote on the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada, Chambers Ireland and national Chambers from across Europe call on EU leaders and governments to stand firmly in favour of an inclusive and forward-looking EU trade agenda, while also warning that recent complications around the deal have highlighted that the effectiveness of the EU’s common commercial policy is at stake.
 

Local Online Event

Learn what exactly is happening in the online retail sector and how your business can become part of the consumer spend. Guest Speakers from Amazon Data Services
Mayo Chambers, Mayo LEO and DMIM are jointly organising an event called Local Online. This event will be held in Breaffy House on the 7th March from 7pm-9pm for Enterprise Week. 

Enterprise Irelands 5k Innovation Vouchers Now Open for Application

The Innovation Voucher initiative was developed to build links between Ireland's public knowledge providers (i.e. higher education institutes, public research bodies) and small businesses. 
 
Innovation Vouchers worth €5,000 are available to assist a company or companies to explore a business opportunity or problem with a registered knowledge provider.
 
Am I eligible?

Ballyhaunis Chamber AGM

The Ballyhaunis Chamber AGM was held on Thursday the 1st December whereby a new Ballyhaunis Chamber Executive committee was put in place.  The following were nominated and proposed to the Board: Tom Forde, Mark Curley, William Nestor, Mike Griffin, Paddy Phillips, Paul Finn, Eddie Murphy Jnr., John Dillon Leetch, Tom Colleran, Alison McDermott, Sue McMillan.  Once the Reports were read the meeting for the election of officers was arranged to take place on Monday 12thDecember.  

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