Chambers Ireland is Ireland's largest business organisation with a network of Chambers of Commerce in every major town and region in the country. We facilitate the growth and development of the Irish chamber network and enable the chambers in the network to effectively promote the long term development of their locality on behalf of their members as well as working towards creating a better environment for business by lobbying the Government and other stakeholders on key policy issues.
What is a Chamber?
A chamber consists of local business representatives who join together to promote the economic and social development of their community in order to make it a better place in which to live, work and do business. All chambers have an elected president but not all have a chief executive. Volunteer chambers are run by an honourary council.
What Does Chambers Ireland Do?
Chambers Ireland's mission is to represent the interests of member companies; to promote business competitiveness in Ireland and to enable the development of the chamber movement throughout the island. Its main areas of activities are as follows:
- Lobbying Government on policy to create a better environment for business
- Supporting SMEs
- Facilitating trade
- Strengthening the Chamber Network