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Choose New Jersey, a leading nonprofit economic development organisation, announced the official opening of an office in Ireland, making New Jersey the first U.S. state with an economic development office in the country. The Ireland office will be Choose New Jersey’s second office in Europe, following the opening of an office in Berlin in 2018. […]
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A holistic approach is needed when looking at the Report of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare Chambers Ireland calls for everyone to take a measured response to the Report of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare following the publication of “Foundations of the Future”. Speaking after the publication of the report, Chambers Ireland Chief […]
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Chambers Ireland has published the shortlist for the 2022 Sustainable Business Impact Awards. In total, 75 projects have been shortlisted across fourteen award categories. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on September 22nd. The Chambers Ireland Sustainable Business Impact Awards are sponsored by BAM Ireland and run-in association with the Department of
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Chambers Ireland, the voice of business throughout Ireland, argues the Exchequer Returns emphasise the strong economic position we are in, despite two years of the pandemic. Strong tax returns, particularly in income tax, demonstrate that Government policy to support businesses and jobs has been correct. This suggests that we will be in an ideal position […]
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Chambers Ireland, the voice of business throughout Ireland, has welcomed the Government’s revised National Development Plan which was launched this week. Supporting the increased ambition in the plan, the organisation acknowledges the need for Government catch up on the lost decade of investment over the 2010s. In the medium to long-term, it believes that investment […]
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In 2012 Revenue declared annual income for people aged 65 and over was €10billion, in addition to 75% of Ireland’s disposable income residing with this demographic. The Age Friendly Business Recognition Programme looks at how Irish businesses can reach this changing customer base, and how its spending power can positively impact local business. Age Friendly […]