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Chambers Ireland Pre-Budget Submission

Chambers Ireland Pre-Budget Submission

Working with our colleagues in Chambers Ireland, our pre-Budget submission to Government detailing recommendations to be included in Budget 2021 and the longer term National Economic Plan has been launched. Aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals, the Chambers...

EWSS – Tax Implications for its implementation

EWSS – Tax Implications for its implementation

Ciara O'Connor and Jim McLeane from PwC South East joined us this week to discuss the tax implications for the introduction of the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme which fully replaces the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme from 1st September.  You can see the full recording...

New Look for Kilkenny City Centre – Survey

New Look for Kilkenny City Centre – Survey

Kilkenny County Council introduced a number of changes to the layout and traffic management in the City Centre in recent weeks. The objective was to make the City a safer and more inviting place for visitors and shoppers, and further improvements are yet to come. We...

Chamber Chat:  Returning to Work Safely

Chamber Chat: Returning to Work Safely

The video recording of this event can be found here.   This week's Chamber Chat considered the Government Protocol for returning to work safely and how this can be practically applies in the workplace. Guest speakers were: Lisa Carroll from Worksafe Solutions, Mary...

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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, or on our social media pages.


We are still working on your behalf and you can contact us on 056 7752767, or at 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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