Council Elections 2019
The Key role of Council is to identify and direct the policy and influencing agenda of the Chamber based on listening to, understanding and representing the Dublin Business Community and fellow members of the Chamber.
Each year, 10 positions on Council are open to Members (only) we would encourage you to take part in this democratic process of your Chamber .
The Nomination Stage is now complete and we are delighted to announce the
14 Candidates running in the 2019 Elections.
Voting Opens on 28th January 2019 for 1 week only and we urge you to use your vote as a nominee of a Chamber member company.
You will find full details of the Election process within these pages and click here to request a full Election Process Info Pack.
Helping your business succeed in a successful Dublin
To be the voice of Dublin business
To be Dublin’s best business network, local and international
To deliver inspiring business learning and leadership
Dublin Chamber represents more than 1,300 companies, from start-ups to multi-nationals, connecting over 50 industry sectors through a membership programme designed to engage every level and discipline. Networking is a pillar of Dublin Chamber, offering members 130 events per annum at which to learn best practice and connect with the wider Dublin business community.
Dublin is the engine of growth in the national economy and the Chamber is a key contributor to the development of enterprise and economic policy throughout Ireland. The Chamber provides a range of business services, including international business assistance, export services and business promotion opportunities. Founded in 1783, the Chamber has represented the interests of business across the Greater Dublin Area for more than 200 years.
Dublin 2050: A New Vision for Dublin
Dublin Chamber is working on a new long-term vision for Dublin out to the year 2050. Our Great Dublin Survey seeks to capture the ideas, hopes and aspirations of the people who live in Dublin. The findings of the Survey will be used to drive the work of Dublin Chamber, as it sets out to ensure that Dublin becomes a better place to work, live and visit for both current and future generations.