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Castlebar Chamber of Commerce will host its second Business After Hours networking event in Breaffy House Resort on Thursday, October 10 at 6.30pm.
Why not celebrate the fantastic summer we have been enjoying with your colleagues in Castlebar Chamber at the annual summer barbecue.
Broadband is considered the number one infrastructure priority for enterprise growth and job creation. According to Forfás, Ireland's policy advisory board for enterprise and science: “The widespread availability of advanced broadband infrastructure and services is essential to realising future growth potential in existing and emerging sectors. It will also play a key role in supporting the growth of small business and supporting regional development.”
Castlebar Chamber will host a speed networking event on Thursday April 18 in the Welcome Inn Hotel.
Of the many interesting facts disclosed regarding continuing progress in the development of Castlebar town this week, possibly the main highlight was the revelation that real-life action plans and a firm vision for the future can hugely determine funding streams.
Castlebar Chamber of Commerce is once again hosting a speed networking event this Valentine’s week.
With a number of businesses around Mayo really struggling at the moment, one Castlebar auctioneer has claimed that rising rates and operation charges are set to test the commercial sector to its limits. At next Monday’s budget meeting a 10 per cent increase in water charges is to be proposed for adoption by members. According to Castlebar Chamber of Commerce member Tommy Collins the big problem for businesses at the moment is that there is simply little or no incentive for job creation.
Chambers of Commerce in Mayo were urging consumers to shop local in the run up to Christmas. But now, more than ever, that message has a greater urgency. The message is clear: To protect jobs in Mayo shoppers must continue to spend their money in Mayo. In the Erris region alone a minimum of 371 people are employed in the retail sector. That’s according to the findings of a survey conducted by Erris Chamber of Commerce. Chamber president Derek Reilly has reiterated the shop local message and pointed out its aptness at any time of the year. Those jobs could be in jeopardy if local people choose to shop elsewhere, Mr Reilly has warned.