Fingal Chamber is affiliated to Chambers Ireland, Ireland’s largest business organisation with a network of 39 Chambers of Commerce in every major town and region in the country.
They facilitate the growth and development of the Irish chamber network and enable the chambers in the network to effectively promote the long term development of their locality on behalf of their members as well as working towards creating a better environment for business by lobbying the Government and other stakeholders on key policy issues.
Their recent agenda has focused on various local, national and international issues such as:
- Infrastructure and Housing
- The Low Carbon Economy
- Supporting SMEs and Entrepreneurs
- An Inclusive and Future Focused Workplace
Access Chambers Ireland’s Budget 2020 Submission here.
Read more about Chambers Ireland at www.chambers.ie
Chambers Ireland works not only to represent the views of Irish business nationally, but they also work with a network of European Chambers of Commerce to ensure that the interests of Irish business are represented at European level. A core part of their work is to monitor, and influence legislation debated and agreed at European level so that they can ensure that Irish business can provide input on any regulatory changes that may impact them in the future. In the post-Brexit climate, it is now more important than ever for Irish business to engage with the European Union.
Founded in 1958, Eurochambres forms one of the key pillars of business representation to the European Institutions. It voices the interests of over 19 million-member enterprises in 45 European Countries through a network of national, regional and local Chambers. The mission of Eurochambres is to represent, serve and promote European Chambers of Commerce and Industry, strengthening the voice and position of European Chambers as significant, respected, valued influencers of European affairs on all major economic issues.
Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland, Ian Talbot, was re-elected as Deputy President of Eurochambres in 2019 and is a co-Chairperson of the Eurochambres Global Europe Committee.
In line with Eurochambres policy priorities, Chambers Ireland has identified the following areas as priorities for our work in supporting Irish business:
- Better Regulation – advocating for smart ‘SME Friendly’ regulation
- Single Market – completing the Single Market, with particular focus on a fully connected
- Digital Single Market Trade and Investment – promoting ‘SME Friendly’ customs and trade facilitation
- SME and Entrepreneurship – supporting SMEs and Entrepreneurs to trade internationally
- Energy and Environment – A supportive framework for a more sustainable circular economy that enables a Just Transition for all businesses
Read more about Eurochambres at www.eurochambres.eu
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