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Budget 2021 verdict: Some good news but more to do

The budget announced today makes significant progress in addressing many of the needs of the most exposed members of our business community. At Sligo Chamber…

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Western Business Community Unite to Fight for Ireland West Airport Knock

The business community of Sligo, Galway and Mayo has united for the first time, to call with one voice for Government to respond to the…

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Supporting Sligo Business in Tough Times

The virtual world intersected with the real world last week as we held our AGM via a live Zoom broadcast. In addition to the Chamber’s…

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Infrastructure and connectivity are key reasons in the decision process for investment in Sligo.

Check out CEO Aidan Doyle’s latest message https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgwY1YADasw One of the long-term strategic goals of Sligo Chamber Industry Group is to support the funding and…

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The mechanics of working from home

Now that we are all two weeks into working from home, hopefully everyone is settling into a good routine and adjusting to this new normal.…

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Restrictive Measures And What They Mean for The People of Sligo

On Friday evening, sweeping restrictions were announced across the country to try to slow the spread of coronavirus. The new restrictions mean that everybody should…

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Covid-19 Crisis: VAT returns

We’ll be posting updates and advice in the coming days about the different ways that the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting businesses in Sligo and the…

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LIFE IS SLIGO – EPISODE 2

Welcome to Episode 2 of the Life is Sligo podcast from Sligo Chamber in partnership with IT Sligo and Sligo Chamber Skillnet. Aidan Doyle talks…

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LIFE IS SLIGO – EPISODE 1

In the first episode of the Life is Sligo podcast, Aidan Doyle has a chat with EY Entrepreneur of the Year and Sligo native Richard…

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Half of Sligo businesses see 60 per cent loss in revenue

Chamber Ireland recently conducted a survey of 1,300 businesses throughout the country showing that more than half are reporting a loss of at least 60…

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