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Almost three quarters of companies have seen the negative effects of congestion on their business increase over the past 3 months, according to a
The addition of direct flights between Dublin and China opens up a whole new world of opportunities for Irish firms, according to Dublin Chamber.
Dublin Chamber is calling on Irish consumers to make an extra effort to support local shops and businesses over the coming week.
The need to restrict water supplies in the Greater Dublin Area
Dublin Chamber has called on employers to ensure that contingency plans are in place for staff in light of the severe weather warnings that have been
Relaxing market entry restrictions will be key to addressing the
Vodafone Ireland CEO Anne O'Leary has taken up the position of President of Dublin Chamber for 2018.
Dublin Chamber Economist Mark Canavan outlines the main findings of new research by the Chamber into how Government policy changes are impacting on
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the publication today of the Government's Project 2040 plan.
To help celebrate Valentine’s Day, Dublin Chamber has today launched a search
Dublin has expressed deep concern regarding suggestions that the much-needed Dart Underground project will not be included in the Government's
The decision by Pharma group MSD to create 350 new jobs in Swords is a validation
Dublin Chamber has welcomed reports that the Government is looking at putting more of the Metro North rail line underground than previously planned.
Dublin is suffering from a massive gap in capital and general government spending, according to new research by Dublin Chamber.
The €80m upgrade of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant will help support Dublin's future growth, according to Dublin Chamber.
Dublin Chamber has called on the Government to ignore populist scaremongering regarding the National Planning Framework and to stick with already
Dublin Chamber issued the following response regarding comments in the media from businessman Denis O'Brien regarding office supply in Dublin.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the news that 15 new Dublin Bikes stations are to be installed. The move will help encourage more people to cycle, the
A delegation of 22 Irish businesses will embark on a 5-day business mission to Hong Kong aimed at strengthening trade links between the two countries,
Dublin Chamber has criticised the decsion to reduce the height of the flood defence sea wall in Clontarf.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the progress being made in getting more people to use public transport.
Any attempts to constrain the growth of Dublin will put jobs and investment in all regions at risk, according to Dublin Chamber.
A new Dublin Mayor must have real powers if the office is to avoid adding another layer of bureaucracy to local government, according to Dublin
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the nomination of Simon Coveney as Tanaiste and expressed appreciation for his good working relationship with the business
The introduction of free travel for under-5s on public transport will help encourage more families to visit Dublin city centre over Christmas
Being able to attract and retain key staff is the number one concern of businesses going in to 2018, according to a Dublin Chamber survey.
Dublin Chamber described the opening of the Luas Cross City extension as a welcome early Christmas present for Dublin.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed assurances that there will be no hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit.
This weekend's sold-out U2 concert in Croke Park will provide a boost of around €12m to the local economy, according to Dublin Chamber.
Concerns amongst businesses about the potential impact of Brexit have eased over the past six months, but currency risk is still undermining
Dublin Chamber, the organisation which represents the interests of businesses in the Dublin region, today unveiled its new corporate brand and logo.
A copy of the speech delivered by Dublin Chamber CEO Mary Rose Burke to the MacGill Summer School regarding the National Planning Framework.
Dublin Chamber, the organisation representing businesses in the Greater Dublin Area, has welcomed BusConnects, the NTA plan for new bus corridors and
More than 5,000 Dubliners have joined the conversation so far about what they’d like to see happen in Dublin between now and the year 2050.
Dublin Chamber, the group which represents business in the Dublin region, has welcomed proposals to create new segregated cycle lanes on Fitzwilliam
Dublin Chamber submitted to the National Transport Authority on the 'Swiftway' proposals (Swords to City Centre Bus Rapid Transit route).
The Chamber lays out its overarching objective of an integrated transport system for Dublin that protects and boosts the city’s competitiveness.
Dubliners are having their say on the future of the city. Dublin Chamber is fast approaching 10,000 responses to The Great Dublin Survey, an online
In 2011, the NTA published a Draft Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area.
Increased car sharing, better public transport and a bigger focus on cycling and walking infrastructure will all be required to avert a pending
Dublin Chamber CEO, Gina Quin, made a presentation to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Transport and Communications regarding the possible
The MoneyConf conference coming to Dublin is a validation of the city's status as a global hub for financial technology, according to Dublin
The sight today of Luas trams running along the new green line extension is an important milestone in the project - and shows that the finishing line
What do the people of Dublin want their city to be like in the future? Dublin Chamber is looking to find out via ‘The Great Dublin Survey’