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Ever wondered why you should join the chamber?

We want you to take advantage of as many opportunities as you are able to increase sales and brand awareness.  Here are three ways, all free, to derive value from your Chamber membership.
1.   Let the Chamber promote your news
The Chamber is an excellent means of promoting your business.  Our website attracts thousands of visitors each week, our newsletter is read by over five hundred people every Friday and we are extremely active on social media platforms.  We are always seeking ways to promote our member companies.  If you have a special offer, a new appointment or anything else that you would like to promote then get in touch with us and we will get your company in front of hundreds of decision makers in the business community.
2.  Seek referrals
We deal with hundreds of businesses every year and we have well developed business relationships with thousands of business people in Co. Tipperary and the wider Munster region.  If you want an introduction or a contact name for a potential client you should call us.
3. Talk About Your Business
Our Chamber hosts a significant amount of events each year.  These events are attended by hundreds of potential clients for your business.  The pinnacle of these events each year is the County Tipperary Business awards, however on top of that we host events such as Manufacturing Excellence, Business Expos and Networking Breakfasts.

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Peninsula - Protect & Grow Your Business Seminar

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New Members Breakfast

Budget Breakfast in October

Annual Business Awards 18th of October

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Upcoming Subsidised  Training Programmes

County Tipperary Skillnet have a variety of upcoming training programmes available for you or your employees…


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Please contact us if you wish to discuss your training needs.

Contact Sabrina:

admin@countytipperaryskillnet.com​​/052 6191103

Contact Karen:

manager@countytipperaryskillnet.com/052 6191105

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ABP win World's Best Fillet Steak

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ABP were announced as winners of the World’s Best Fillet Steak at the World Steak Challenge 2019, which took place in Dublin last night (July 10th). The annual competition sees beef producing Nations across the globe compete for these prestigious industry awards. ABP were the most successful Irish producer at the awards. ABP saw off stiff global competition to take home the highest number of awards by any company on the night. They were awarded 13 gold, 14 silver and 13 bronze accolades across a number of different categories. These awards are an endorsement of the unique Ultra Tender Process that the company utilises. ABP were particularly pleased to be judged winners of the World’s Best Fillet Steak. The winning steak, which is produced in ABP Cahir, was described by judges as a “picture-perfect fillet with all the flavour to back it up”. These awards are an endorsement of the unique Ultra Tender Process that the company utilises. This announcement follows ABP recently being awarded Sustainable Supplier Award at the OSI awards in Munich and the Sustainable Leadership Award at the international Sustainable Food Awards 2019 in Amsterdam.

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*BREXIT UPDATES* - Preparation Necessary for No - Deal Brexit.

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Following the publication of the revised Brexit contingency action plan from the Irish Government on July 9th,  Ian Talbot, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive urges businesses to comprehensively review this latest Brexit resource and to continue to prepare for a highly possible ‘no-deal’ outcome this October.  

“Today’s revised contingency action plan is being published as a result of the lack of action being taken, or likely to be taken in the next few weeks, in Westminster to remove the threat of a disruptive and damaging ‘no-deal’ scenario for the UK’s departure from the EU, as we move closer to the end of October deadline.  

The threat of a ‘no-deal’ scenario remains a dire prospect for which businesses in Ireland need to consciously prepare.  

Businesses must continue to examine and strengthen their existing models of operation against the possible impacts of a ‘no-deal’ scenario and make use of every opportunity and resource which is available.

This includes registering for an EORI number, reviewing supply chains and seeking specialised customs advice. While there continues to be a strong focus on our exporters, businesses involved in importing, or dependent on imports, must also consider their exposure to ‘no-deal’ threats and the additional tariffs, delays and administrative costs of the UK operating under WTO rules for trade.  


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*Chambers Ireland Update - Climate Plan, Single Use Plastic & Skillnet Ireland Strategy*

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Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot today (17 June 2019) welcomes the publication of the All Government Climate Action Plan and highlights the need for an all island perspective on how we transition to a low carbon economy.

'If we are to realise the collective goal of tackling climate disruption, investment from Government and collaboration with business must be at the heart of its delivery. As with any strategy, the implementation plan is key. This will be one of the most important programmes of activity undertaken by the State, involving an extraordinary number of distinct but interdependent projects.'

To see full article, click here.


EU Single-Use Plastic Directive Approved by Council 

To find more information about the directive, click here.


Skillnet Ireland - Statement of Strategy

Skillnet Ireland is the national agency responsible for the promotion and facilitation of workforce learning and this month has launched its formal Statement of Strategy 2020-2024 Consultation process last week and is seeking engagement from all stakeholders and interested parties. This new strategy will seek to articulate a vision for Ireland’s Workforce Development and set out strategic goals and targets for Skillnet Ireland.

Skillnet Ireland is inviting submissions in relation to its new Statement of Strategy 2020-2024. The closing date for submissions is 5pm, Tuesday, 6 August 2019.
Full details are available on the Skillnet Ireland website by clicking here.

Should you have submissions and feedback for the strategy, please send it to Emma Kerins, Head of Policy and Public Affairs via her email address: Emma.Kerins@chambers.ie

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Click here for Chamber information about Trade Certs, Export Services we provide, Brexit and WTO rules.
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