Future bright for Limerick region

Dr James Ring, Limerick Chamber CEO, Catherine Duffy, President, Limerick Chamber with Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland

Dr James Ring, Limerick Chamber CEO, Catherine Duffy, President, Limerick Chamber with Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland

The Limerick region is currently going through a renaissance when it comes to jobs and investment. That was the key message to come out of a meeting between Limerick Chamber and IDA Ireland.

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Chamber Members Make New Connections at Networking Event

Pictured at the regional chamber networking evening in the Oakwood Arms Hotel, Shannon (from left): Cillian Griffey, Shannon Chamber Skillnet (sponsor); Anne Morris, Limerick Chamber Skillnet (sponsor);  Eithne  O'Riordan, Bbnet (sponsor); Maura McMahon, Limerick Chamber; Anne McCabe, president, Ennis Chamber; Lijana Kizaite, Shannon Chamber; Declan Ryan, Cantor Fitzgerald (sponsor): Enda O'Halloran, Campion Insurance(sponsor). Photo: Shauna Kennedy.  

Pictured at the regional chamber networking evening in the Oakwood Arms Hotel, Shannon (from left): Cillian Griffey, Shannon Chamber Skillnet (sponsor); Anne Morris, Limerick Chamber Skillnet (sponsor);  Eithne  O’Riordan, Bbnet (sponsor); Maura McMahon, Limerick Chamber; Jean McCabe, president, Ennis Chamber; Lijana Kizaite, Shannon Chamber; Declan Ryan, Cantor Fitzgerald (sponsor): Enda O’Halloran, Campion Insurance(sponsor). Photo: Shauna Kennedy.

Over 130 Chambers of Commerce member companies from Clare and Limerick gathered in the Oakwood Arms Hotel in Shannon last week to seek out new business opportunities from within the Chamber network. 

This annual networking event,

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Business Barometer Monitors Mood of Midwest

Philip Clapperton, guest speaker, Denis Duffy, Michelle Harding, Magnet Networks and Dr James Ring, CEO, Limerick Chamber pictured at the Chamber breakfast event 

Philip Clapperton, guest speaker, Denis Duffy, Michelle Harding, Magnet Networks and Dr James Ring, CEO, Limerick Chamber pictured at the Chamber breakfast event

Sixty-six per cent of small firms in Limerick and the Midwest are optimistic about their future in 2016, lagging behind the national average of 74 per cent.

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