What do we represent?

south east chambersKey sectors of business and their needs for the 9 Chambers in the South East. We represent these not on day to day issues but on Regional Issues such as Access and Infrastructure, Broadband, Tourism, Retail, Industry.

We are the Regional voice and Chambers Ireland are the National voice on policies affecting businesses - Access to funding for SME's, Employment, Cross border trading, Employers PRSI, Corporation Tax, VAT Rates, Rates, Services Charges, Tourism Sector issues - general overheads etc.

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 do not all have a chief executive. Volunteer chambers are run by an honorary council.

south east chambers

  • Representing Business Interest
  • Supporting SMSs
  • Training and Development
  • Faciliting International Business
  • Strengthening the Chamber Network


Who We Are

President: Madeleine Quirke
Vice Chairman: Brian Cleary
Company Secretary: John Carr
Jenny Beresford, John Brohy, Eric Barron, Dick White, Teres Delaney, Donie Butler

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Mission Statement

"The various chambers, staff and volunteers of South East Chambers work endlessy to ensure the region as a while is an attractive & successful location to do business"

Madeleine Quirke

 

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