Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 Reduces Red Tape for Smaller Businesses

Caution urged against abandoning audit procedures Chambers Ireland yesterday (7 June 2017) welcomed the commencement of the Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 with effect from Friday 9 June 2017. This welcome transposition of the EU Accounting Directive will bring about considerable benefits through the re- classification of small and micro businesses. Commenting on the announcement, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive of Chambers Ireland said, “The commencement of the Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 is good news for small and micro business potentially leading to a reduction in costs.  Reduced financial reporting obligations will […] Read more »

Cavan Chamber Vouchers – The Ideal Father’s Day Present

Looking for the perfect Gift This Father’s Day Sunday the 18th June? Then look no further – Cavan Chamber Vouchers are the ideal gift. Cavan Chamber Voucher gives you the gift of choice while keeping money local. Visit http://www.cavanchamber.ie/vouchers to see where vouchers can be redeemed. Cavan Chamber Vouchers has no expiry date on the vouchers and they do not lose value over time. Vouchers come in denominations of €5, €10 and €20. There is no commission on these vouchers – €100 is worth €100 so the shop gets the full value […] Read more »

Regional Ministerial Briefings Errigal Hotel 26th May 2017

Colm Colgan attended a regional briefing which Minister of State Eoghan Murphy organised on Friday 26th May at the Errigal Hotel, Cootehill. The speakers were Minister of State for Financial Services, e-Government and Public Procurement Eoghan Murphy TD & Jim Deane, Head of Policy, Office of Government Procurement. The aim of the regional briefing was to explain the public procurement process, the changes being made to make it more open and accessible to start ups, micro businesses and SME’s while remaining within EU guidelines, and to get feedback from the audience.   Read more »

Taiwanese Ambassador visits Cavan

Mr Simon S.K. Tu Taiwanese Ambassador paid a visit to Cavan on Friday, 21 April, where he met with officials and elected members from Cavan County Council, as well as Oireachtas members, Cavan Chamber of Commerce, local business representatives and education interests. The visit of Mr Tu was organised by Senator Diarmuid Wilson and the purpose of the visit was to discuss strengthening economic, cultural and educational links with Taiwan. Mr Tu, in his speech, noted that there is “potential for a special synergy between the Irish and Taiwanese”, highlighting […] Read more »