AIB has today announced details of a new initiative with the Chamber Network in Ireland including Clonmel Chamber. This initiative provides new AIB Business Start-Up customers with a 50% discount on their first year’s annual membership of Clonmel Chamber.
This offer can provide new AIB Business Start-up customers with the support and advice they need to help them get their business up and running by giving customers access to a local business network and build sound business connections for the future. The affiliated Chamber Network is the largest Irish business network with 13,000business members across the country. This exclusive 50% discounted membership offer is being provided to new AIB Business Start-up customers by 45 affiliated Chambers participating in this initiative.
This support offer is one element of the AIB Business Start-up Package which has been specifically tailored to meet the needs of new and early stage businesses. Other elements of the package include:
- Special 2 year Current Account fee offer
- Online banking services - 2 years free subscription to iBusiness Banking or registration to AIB Phone & Internet Banking
- AIB Classic Visa Business Card
- AIB Business Overdraft
- SME Loan for Start-up Businesses
John Webb, Head of Propositions, Business Banking, AIB said:
“We are particularly pleased to work on this initiative with the Chamber Network. This is a good fit for both AIB and the Chambers as both organisations have a comprehensive network throughout the country. It will provide excellent networking and business development opportunities for our Business Start-up customers who choose to avail of the offer.”
Brian Cleary, Clonmel Chamber Chief Executive said,
“2011 has already witnessed a 6% increase in business start-ups. In light of this significant growth, we are delighted to partner with AIB to support these businesses through membership of Clonmel Chamber. These start-ups will have the prospect of joining a unique network focused on representing the interests of member companies and growing sales opportunities for all members.” « Back to All News Stories