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New COVID Aid Scheme

New COVID Aid Scheme

Kilkenny Chamber today (9 Feb 2021) welcomes announcement by Government that COVID business grants will be expanded. Speaking this afternoon Chief Executive John Hurley said, “We have raised a number of concerns with Government as to the very narrow qualifying...

Chamber Chat: How to make the most of Lockdown

Chamber Chat: How to make the most of Lockdown

Our January Chamber Chat brought together speakers from the Local Enterprise Office, Skillnet Ireland and Health and Wellness International, all of whom provided details of the supports in training, education and health and wellness for businesses and employees now...

New Year Message from Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce

New Year Message from Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce

January 2021 Dear Member It is that time of the year when we invite you to renew your membership with Kilkenny Chamber and who would have thought this time last year what lay ahead of us then! Indeed, the future for this year too remains full of uncertainty although...

Operation Shopsafe in Kilkenny this  Christmas

Operation Shopsafe in Kilkenny this Christmas

Kilkenny Gardai, continuing their collaborative work with Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce are re-invigorating their Businesswatch Scheme ahead of the busy weeks in December. From 2nd December a high visibility policing operation entitled Shopsafe will commence in...

Kilkenny Chamber Weekly Newsletter

Every Wednesday, Kilkenny Chamber publishes its Newsletter - this is issued to members of the Chamber, and other interested parties.     Each week, we will post the Newsletter here, so that it can be read by a wider audience. If you would like to advertise, please...

Chamber Chat with Paul Whitnell from BITA

Chamber Chat with Paul Whitnell from BITA

Paul Whitnell, President of the British Irish Trade Alliance, gave an informative insight into the workings of the Alliance, and how it has helped businesses on both sides of the Irish Sea to develop sustainable relationships in the face of Brexit. You can view the...

Statement from Kilkenny Chamber

Statement from Kilkenny Chamber

Statement from Kilkenny Chamber:   It is desperately sad and frustrating that we find ourselves shuttering our country again in the face of the rising wave of COVID cases. This news of further restrictions will be devastating for many people. however we must look...

Chambers’ Response to Budget 2021

Chambers’ Response to Budget 2021

Expansionary approach to Budget 2021 - National Economic Plan must build on this The theme of the Chambers Ireland Budget submission is “Place” and through it we called on Government to support businesses to trade through the pandemic, by supporting liquidity, local...

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Chamber Update

For the duration of the Covid-19 crisis, Kilkenny Chamber staff will be working from home and will continue to provide our full range of services.

 

 

We will continue to lobby on behalf of businesses throughout this challenging time and are scheduled to have regular meetings with the Dept of the Taoiseach as the situation evolves.

 

Keep up to date with us on our website www.kilkennychamber.ie, or on our social media pages.

 

We are still working on your behalf and you can contact us on 056 7752767, or at admin@kilkennychamber.ie. We are thinking of all those businesses who have taken the difficult, but correct, decision to close their doors until further notice, and we look forward to supporting them all when they reopen.

We also encourage everyone to support those businesses which will remain open – in so far as is safe.

 

Thank you to all those front-line workers who are working hard to keep us all safe and well.

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