Events at Kilkenny Chamber
To find out more information on upcoming events, please click on the event below or contact the Chamber directly.
The events schedule is updated on a regular basis, if there are specific events, training needs you would like to see included, please do not hesitate to contact the Chamber on email@example.com to discuss further.
During 2020, Kilkenny Chamber has had to make changes to the way it runs its events. Due to Covid-19, we have been unable to host our many events, including our Chamber Chats and our AGM. These are now being held on line via Zoom, and recordings of all our Chats can be found here and on our Youtube Channel.
It’s important to support local this Christmas, and this Chamber Chat will look at look at how we can do this. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for your invitation.
Our Chamber Chats return after a Summer like no other. Join us as we hear from Tim Butler, Director of Services at Kilkenny County Council, to update us on the Council’s projects and activities in recent months, and what’s planned for the future. Register at email@example.com to receive your invitation.
Tuesday 29th September Online via Zoom, from 1.00 pm to 1.45 pm.
John O’Loughlin, PwC Ireland’s Global Trade and Customs Partner, will provide his insights into what companies are already doing and what are the key areas businesses need to focus on to continue trading successfully with, in or through the UK.
John Hurley, Chair of South East Chambers of Commerce will provide an update on the support the local Chambers and the Government are offering companies between now and the end of the year to assist with their preparations.
Michael Collins, CFO of the Connolly’s Redmills group, will discuss what this successful South East based animal feed business is doing in terms of their very important export markets, what he sees as the key challenges and how they are dealing with same.
Roisin Purcell, Tax Director in PWC South East will ask questions of the panel and we invite you to submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email email@example.com to register your interest.
You can also submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual General Meeting of Kilkenny Chamber of Commerce will take place on Thursday 25th June, at 1.00 pm via Zoom. The minutes of last year’s AGM which took place in the Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel are available here. Minutes of AGM 2019
Please register to email@example.com to receive your invitation to attend.
This week, we’re considering Kilkenny’s economy and the new reality we are all facing as it re-opens. Our three guest speakers will provide their unique perspectives.
To register for this Chat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your invitation to attend.
If you’re preparing to re-open your business, then this Chamber Chat should be of interest to you. Register at email@example.com so that we can send you your invitation to attend.
Hear representatives from some of the Banks discuss what steps they have in place to assist you to re-open your business as the restrictions are eased.
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org for your invitation to this FREE event on Thursday 4th June at 1.00 pm, via Zoom.
Our guest speakers will consider the practical steps needed to be taken to ensure compliance with the Government Protocol so that your workplace is safe for your employees and your customers.
Register at email@example.com for your invitation to this FREE event on Thursday 21st May at 1.00 pm, via Zoom.
This week’s Chamber Chat brings together Ken Byrne from Red Sky Europe, Ciarán Stone from Square Root Solutions and David Harkin from The Bizlocator to discuss E-commerce and how this can help your business continue to trade. They will tell their own stories and how they have worked with businesses in this area. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org for your invitation to this FREE event on Thursday 14th May at 1.00 pm, via Zoom.
Join us on Thursday 7th May at 1.00 pm online as Vice President Colin Ahern discusses the challenges facing the hospitality sector as the country plans to re-open the economy. He will be in discussion with Colm Neville, Chair of the Irish Hotels Federation South East, Ciarán Conroy, CEO of Kilkenny Civic Trust and Pat Crotty, Past President of Vintners’ Federation of Ireland.
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