In the event of cancellations we may be able to supply tickets to those looking for them.

Contact 052-612-6500 or info@countytipperarychamber.com

If you have any special dietary requirements on the night call 052-612-6500 or email us at info@countytipperarychamber.com



Room rate for 

County Tipperary Business Awards

13/10/2017 @ Clonmel Park Hotel:

€89.00 B&B on double occupancy

Call Michelle @ 052-6188713


If you would like to include an article about your company in the newsletter at any stage please get in touch with u​s.

This is a free service to Chamber members. 

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You can register for Budget Breakfast 2018 now!

Training Needs Analysis 2018

County Tipperary Skillnet is seeking training requests from all companies regardless of size or sector for application purposes for funding in 2018.

To prepare for this and put realistic training courses relevant to your companies training needs in the application, I am asking companies to submit a training plan/requests based on business needs for 2018 or similar training delivered successfully in 2017. All courses may be identified regardless of whether or not they are in-company/sector specific.

This survey will remain confidential between yourself and the Network with a compilation of training needs to be used for application purposes.

Please consult and pass this link on to all departments within your company so that all training requirements are captured for the Network.


Upcoming Training Autumn 2017.​

Book Now -  places limited!

Presentation Skills - Tuesday 17th October  2017, Clonmel.
GDPR Briefing with Legal/HR Focus October 23rd @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Effective Communication & Influencing Skills - Thursday 9th November 2017, Clonmel.

Contact Sabrina or Karen to book now:

052 6191103

052 6191105

County Tipperary Skillnet is based in the offices of County Tipperary Chamber of Commerce in Clonmel. We are an enterprise led agency.

County Tipperary Skillnet facilitate the active participation of companies in determining their own training needs and how, when and where training will be delivered. Up to 20% grant aid is applied to help make the training cost effective for companies. This grant can also be applied to in-house training.

The goal is to invite companies to talk to the County Tipperary Skillnet team with a view to assisting them with their specific training needs by sourcing high quality trainers, deliver relevant training at a time and place that suits individual needs.
In conjunction with County Tipperary Chamber, the contracting organisation for the Skillnet, we collaborate on numerous topical relevant events throughout the year.


L to R Barry Fitzgerald Sales Executive Morrison BMW, Tim O’Donovan MINI Sales Executive , Lauren Browne, Gary Morrison Head of Business and Maurice Crowe Sales Executive Morrison BMW

Morrison MINI are delighted to announce the winner

of their recent Brand Ambassador competition that

was launched on social media recently.

Following many applicants to their competition in

search for someone with a good social media and an

overall interest in the brand.

Lauren Browne from Clonmel, was announced as the

winner last week and presented with a Mini Cooper

5 door hatch by the team at Morrison MINI.

We would like to take this opportunity to Thank all

the applicants.


Morrison, Cork Road, Cahir, 052 7441122

Nova Telecom is the new B2B brand from

Nova Broadband 


Nova Telecom is trusted by thousands of Irish and multinational business users in both the enterprise and SME sectors every day, for mission-critical telecommunications services.   

We have years of experience in fibre and licensed microwave and offer a full range of business communications services over our national IP/MLPS network, with speeds from 10Mbps to 10Gbps available.

www.novatelecom.ie  Internet, Voice & Data. 

Contact Jason Spain on 086-8122995 / j.spain@novatelecom.ie 


GPP4Growth Stakeholder Event - Portlaoise, October 2017

Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment have organised a second GPP4Growth Stakeholder Event for Thursday 12th of October from 9am to 2.30pm including lunch. The workshop will take place in the Midlands Park Hotel (formerly Portlaoise Heritage Hotel).  

This event will look at barriers to Green Public Procurement in Ireland at national and local level, and will aim to identify the key actions that could help drive an increase in GPP.  

Booking for this free event is now open at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/gpp4g-workshop-1-tickets-37417149702and the password is DCCAE2017. 

Attendees who wish to stay at the hotel the night before can avail of a reduced rate using the discount code DCCAE when booking through www.midlandsparkhotel.com.

ISO 20400:2017 Sustainable Procurement workshop

The Lean Skillnet, with support from NSAI, is offering a one-day workshop on the new Sustainable Procurement standard ISO 20400.

ISO 20400 is aimed at organisations of all sizes, in both the public and private sectors, as it applies to virtually every purchasing decision from office supplies and caterers to energy providers, building materials and more. 

Download an ISO brochure on Sustainable Procurement here

This Lean Skillnet one-day programme will provide guidelines for organisations wanting to integrate sustainability into their procurement processes, as described in ISO 26000 Social Responsibility. The training is intended for stakeholders involved in or impacted by procurement decision processes.

The workshop takes place on the October 4th in NSAI Dublin Head Offices.

·         Cost is €290pp. Places limited. 

·         Online booking only ISO 20400 workshop registration

·         Workshop venue: NSAI Head Office, Dublin 9. D09 A0E4

·         Further information in the attached Workshop Brochure

Electric Vehicles for Business

Electric vehicles (EVs) are not only environmentally friendly; they are also good for business.

What are the Benefits of Electric Vehicles for business in Ireland?

  • Tax Benefits: Electric vehicles and associated charging infrastructure qualify for Accelerated Capital Allowances as well as reduced motor tax.
  • Grant Support: SEAI (http://www.seai.ie/) offer a purchase grant of up to €3,800 for N1 category vehicles.
  • Running Costs: Savings on fuel and maintenance costs when compared to petrol or diesel vehicle equivalents.
  • Environmental Image: Electric vehicles can play an integral role in environmental CSR strategies, alongside significantly reducing a business’s carbon footprint.

EVs are fast becoming an economical choice for businesses.

Thermodial, a leader in the Irish building service engineering sector since 1987, has embarked on a 5 year programme to convert its entire vehicle fleet (35 vehicles) to EVs. Commenting on the decision to make the switch, Thermodial Managing Director Turlough Kinane, said “Energy management is a rising global theme that is very relevant to our business as reflected by our attainment of the ISO 14001:2015 – Environmental Management System in 2016. We didn’t take long to first assess and then invest on the basis that it is the right thing for us to do both professionally, environmentally and financially too.”

The company has already made the move to phase-in new electric vans (zero-emissions Nissan eNV200s) as old, diesel-powered vehicles reach replacement age. The entire Thermodial fleet will be 100% electric by 2022. 

For more information on electric vehicles and associated incentives please visithttp://www.seai.ie/grants/electric-vehicle-grants/


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