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Athlone Chamber, the voice of Athlone town Business has released a statement on the Government’s additional measures to reduce levels of social contact and interrupt the spread of Covid-19

Gerry McInerney, Chief Executive Officer states “We are deeply concerned for our members and businesses around the country post the decisions made by cabinet. Our concern is that further measures will be needed in another few weeks. Businesses are paying the price for a continued lack of action among the unvaccinated, and as a result …

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Athlone Chamber Publish E-Tender for a Feasibility Study for a Digital Hub & Co-Working Centre

Athlone Chamber in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland, IDA, Westmeath Co Council, Athlone Institute of Technology, Industry representatives and supported by funding from the Just Transition Fund have this week published a Tender Document to carry out a Concept, Design and Feasibility Study into the development of an Athlone Digital Hub and Co-Working Centre. The ambition of …

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Budget 2021

Budget 2021 was delivered by Minster for finance Paschal Donohue TD and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath against a backdrop of dealing with a global pandemic while continuing to prepare for Brexit. The Budget focused on the coming year and was underpinned by there being no bi-bilateral trade deal between EU and …

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Athlone Chamber Calls for 6 Month Rates Waiver Extension

Athlone Chamber of Commerce is calling on the Government to extend the commercial rates waiver by a further 6 months to March 2021 as part of the Budget 2021 announcements this month.  The original rates waiver for 3 months to end of June 2020 was extended to the end of September 2020 as part of …