AGM Notice

  County Kildare Chamber   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an annual general meeting of the company will be held at County Kildare Chamber Offices, Sallins Road, Naas Town Centre, Naas.   On the 19th November 2018 at 18:30 for the following purposes: Approval of minutes of AGM 2017 Report of the President Report of…

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IRLOGI OCTOBER 2018 WEBINAR “SMART CITIES – A DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL PERSPECITVE “

IRLOGI OCTOBER 2018 WEBINAR “SMART CITIES – A DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL PERSPECITVE “ by Chris Garde Dublin City Council Smart Cities Unit   Register here https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9163377579043193602  for the webinar on 25 October 2018 starting at 13:00 Irish time   The term ‘smart’ is now quite widely, and sometimes loosely used … smart cars, smart agriculture,…

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Freedom Travel ¦ Solo Travel Launch

We here at Freedom Travel are very excited to announce the launch of our sister brand “Solo Travel”   The reason we have created this product was because there wasn’t a day that passed when a customer didn’t enquire about solo holidays, but we found it increasingly difficult to find a suitable product, there was…

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Workplace Summit 2019

  Workplace Summit 2019   People, Place, Technology “The Future of the Workplace”   The Workplace Summit is a one-day conference and exhibition which takes place on February 6th 2019 at Croke Park. It is the first conference in Ireland to centre on the three key areas of workplace, – People, Place and Technology. We…

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Finalists announced for the Kildare Chamber Business Awards 2018

County Kildare Chamber Business Awards 2018 in association with Kildare County Council and LEO Kildare, are county wide awards recognising the entrepreneurialism, innovation, diversity and talent of businesses across all sectors. The awards honour industry leaders through the acknowledgement of innovative business processes, product development, enterprise, sustainability and overall business success. The nominees were announced…

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Budget 2019: Measures to deliver infrastructure welcome, but little to improve short-term competitiveness

Speaking following the delivery of Budget 2019 by Minister Paschal Donohoe today (9 October 2018), Allan Shine, Chief Executive Kildare Chamber commented:   “Government’s chosen path for Budget 2019 will produce long term benefits for the Irish economy if measures announced are implemented appropriately and rapidly. Balancing the books, delivering promised investments, establishing the Rainy…

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