IRISH DOG FOODS REACHES THE FINAL OF PRESTIGIOUS EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS Irish Dog Foods has been named as a finalist and Ruban d’Honneur recipient in the 2015/16 European Business Awards sponsored by RSM. It was chosen from 678 National Champions by an esteemed panel of judges made up of European business and political leaders,…Details
Karl Henry TV, Media and well known Fitness Expert Health & Wellbeing Seminar Thursday 3rd March 5pm – 7pm The Westgrove Hotel – Clane, Co. Kildare North Kildare Chamber are delighted to host this health and wellbeing seminar with Irelands leading fitness coach, successful author and columnist for the Irish Independent – Karl Henry. In…Details
Six Nations Breakfast with Permanent TSB County Tipperary Chamber are teaming up with Permanent TSB in February for a special breakfast event. They will be welcoming Sky Sports analyst and Ireland legend Alan Quinlan and guests for a Six Nations Breakfast. Date: February 24th 2016 Times: 08:00 to 10:00am Venue: Hotel Minella, Coleville Road, Clonmel,…Details
Business community gather to hear from Kildare Native Padraig McManus, Chairman of Curragh Racecourse Ltd.
Business community gather to hear from Kildare Native Padraig McManus, Chairman of Curragh Racecourse Ltd. North Kildare Chamber hosted its first business breakfast of 2016 with Padraig McManus as guest speaker in The Killashee Hotel this week with 200 business leaders in attendance. Padraig McManus is Chairman of Eir, ESRI and the recently appointed Chair…Details
BOI Mortgage event with Dermot Bannon Architect and TV presenter, Dermot Bannon will speak at an upcoming property and mortgage seminar hosted by Bank of Ireland Naas which will take place in Killashee House Hotel from 6.30pm to 9.00pm on Thursday 18th of February. The event is open to the public and will also…Details
The Chamber attended the opening of the exhibition “New Horizon architecture from Ireland” today in Kildare Village to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Jianguo Xu, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China in Ireland is pictured with President of the Chamber Vivian Cummins and CEO of the Chamber Allan Shine.
Things go better when Athy Concentrates! The first in a series of monthly ‘First Friday’ lunchtime networking meetings for businesses located in the Athy Municipal District was held last Friday in the Clanard Court Hotel boardroom. The event was co-chaired by Adrian Conlan, of the Athy Enterprise Network and Vivian Cummins, Athy-based President of…Details
Purple Flag – Kickstart Workshop Purple Flag is “The Gold Standard” for night time destinations similar to the Blue Flag which is the standard for Ireland’s exceptional beaches. Maynooth will fly the purple flag as the location of choice for Premium Hotel leisure breaks, restaurants, and evening entertainment. This accolade…Details
Meet the Team… CEO of the North Kildare Chamber – Allan Shine is now supported by a full time administration team, servicing member’s needs and representing their interests at county and national level. Mission Statement: To work with central and local government, businesses and community groups to provide information, support and the framework that will…Details
Press Release – February 2016 Clark optimistic for 2016 with survey findings indicating a strong year for job creation and growth Clark, the leading Recruitment, HR and Managed Services company in Kildare, have just announced the results of their Annual Workforce Survey. The survey was conducted with the co-operation of 1450 companies across all business…Details
Local Enterprise Office – Business Training Courses 2016 Welcome to the Local Enterprise Office Kildare’s Spring 2016 Training Schedule. We hope that the range of courses on offer will enable you to further enhance your business and at the same time give you the opportunity to network with other small businesses in county Kildare. All…Details
North Kildare Chamber Launch their manifesto for the forthcoming Election 1st February 2016 North Kildare Chamber launched their manifesto for the forthcoming Election this morning in Naas. The key message is that the incoming Government must be pro-business and most importantly be a stable Government. It must put small business at the heart of…Details