Director General John McGrane: “There are many elements of Budget 2019 that the British Irish Chamber welcomes. Today’s announcements will help businesses in their preparations for Brexit, but more can be done to ensure that no businesses are left behind.” The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the publication of Budget 2019 by […]
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On Monday 24th September the UK Government published its third batch of technical notes for businesses and consumers with advice on what to expect should the UK leave the EU without a deal next year. Key areas addressed in this release include flights, food labelling and regulation of medicines & chemicals. This batch of 24 […]
The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has today urged small and medium-sized enterprises to urgently plan for a post-Brexit world with alterations to trading ties with the UK as it held its sixth #Agenda2018 seminar in Galway in association with KPMG and Ulster Bank today. With over 40% of Irish SME exports going to the […]
Our SME Committee Chair Aidan Scollard (Partner at Roberts Nathan) and guest speaker Alec Drew, summing up this morning’s networking event in the Chamber’s Offices in Dublin! Many thanks to Alec for his excellent presentation!
The British Irish Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the ‘Guidelines for Planning Authorities on Urban Development and Building Heights’. The Chamber has long advocated through our policy papers, submissions and direct meetings with Government ministers for lifting the cap on height restrictions imposed in city centre locations most notably […]