Dundalk Chamber Welcome The British Embassy.

Dundalk Chamber hosted another very successful Embassy visit when The British Embassy came to Dundalk to meet local companies in order to forge business links.

In the photo’s from left to right :
Mr Michael McCable Louth County Council,  Mr Paul Caplis UK Trade & Investment, British Embassy and Mr Paddy Malone, President Dundalk Chamber.

Mr Paul Caplis, Inward Investment Advisor UK Trade & Investment, British Embassy visited Dundalk recently for a series of one-to-one meetings with various companies from around the North-East. This is just one in a series of many visits which Dundalk Chamber has organized. The meetings took place in Oriel Shared Services in the Finabair Business Park.

Mr Caplis was delighted with the number and variety of contacts and was sure that the visit would enhance trade in both directions.
Michael McCabe outlined the work of the Louth Economic Forum and the fact that one report would address the M1 corridor and not just Louth. Paddy Malone outlined the practical levels of cooperation under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that were being achieved. The Chamber and their counterparts in Newry, Warrenpoint etc., plus the Local Authorities were working well together. It was hoped that this plus EU funding that has already been secured and was potentially available would develop the relationship further and enhance economic and social development on the ground.

This is just another example of the Chamber creating new links for local companies. Due to the success of the meetings, Dundalk Chamber will play host to more Embassies in the near future, details of which can be found on www.dundalk.ie

If your company would like to attend one of these free meetings please call Kathleen in Dundalk Chamber on 042 9336343 or email admin@dundalk.ie