(Chamber CEO, Brian Cleary (front), with colleagues from South East Chambers and Credit Reviewer, John Trethowan)
Representatives of Clonmel Chamber will be meeting with elected representatives in the coming weeks to highlight issues of concern to their members.
The meetings, initiated by the Chamber, will focus on both local and national issues such as rates, services to business and the banking crisis.
“We are eager to bring the views of our members to both local and national elected representatives. At present businesses are under immense pressure and we will be highlighting this to the politicians that we meet” said Chamber President Tina Mulhearne. “On a national level we believe that more could be done to ease the access to credit particularly for SME’s. Clonmel Chamber CEO, Brian Cleary, met with the head of the Credit Review Office, John Trethowan, earlier this week and presented him with a number of potential changes that would ease the access to funding for businesses. We will be seeking assurances from the politicians we meet that their parties will endeavour to improve the current situation also” she added.
Clonmel Chamber is the largest business services organisation in County Tipperary and represents the interests of almost 200 companies.
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