County Kildare Chamber workforce continues to grow

County Kildare Chamber, the business organisation in Kildare who represent 400 businesses throughout the region today announced the appointment of Rachel Cooke as Business Development Manager. County Kildare Chamber have a growing membership which required the organisation to increase its workforce.  Commenting on the announcement, Allan Shine, CEO of the Chamber said, “Our offering for…

Brexit could impact every business in Kildare – preparation is critical

Reports today show that in the last year, the majority of SMEs have either postponed, or are reviewing their investment plans, highlighting the impact of the Brexit negotiations on the Irish economy.    Speaking this afternoon, County Kildare Chamber chief executive Allan Shine emphasised the importance for businesses of all sizes to prepare now before…

IT Monkey are recruiting

  Description We are currently looking to grow our support team in Naas, Co Kildare and are recruiting for a Level 2 Support Engineer. If you’re looking for a new challenge with huge room for future progression and training this could be the role for you. Responsibilities Respond to incidents logged via Help Desk. Phone,…

Businesses must actively prepare for worst case Brexit scenario

Following yesterday’s (9 July 2019) publication of the revised Brexit contingency action plan from the Irish Government, Allan Shine, CEO of County Kildare Chamber is urging businesses to prepare for a highly possible ‘no-deal’ outcome this October. “Yesterday’s revised contingency action plan was published as a result of the lack of action being taken, or…

Kildare Chamber call on the delivery on infrastructure commitments which must be priority of Government in Budget 2020

Following this week’s publication of the Summer Economic Statement by the Minister for Finance, County Kildare Chamber call on Government to ensure that funding commitments made under Project 2040 are delivered, regardless of Brexit outcome.   Speaking this week, Allan Shine, Chief Executive of the Chamber, acknowledged the extremely difficult scenario the Government faces this…