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Galway Chamber and Galway Business School Summer Reception

Regional Manager, Michelle Murphy recently attended the Galway Chamber and Galway Business School Summer Reception on 9th May 2014.

I was delighted to have attended the Galway Chamber and Galway Business School Summer Reception last Friday evening both in my capacity as Regional Manager for Collins McNicholas and as a Galway City Councillor where I met the guest of Honour, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD.

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Michelle Murphy at the Galway Chamber - Galway Business School Summer Reception, 9th May 2014.

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Michelle Murphy at the Galway Chamber – Galway Business School Summer Reception, 9th May 2014.

Frank Greene, President of the Galway Chamber of Commerce & Michelle Murphy, Regional Manager, Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group at the Galway Chamber - Galway Business School Summer Reception, 9th May 2014.

Frank Greene, President of the Galway Chamber of Commerce & Michelle Murphy, Regional Manager, Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group at the Galway Chamber – Galway Business School Summer Reception, 9th May 2014.

Congratulations to Mr. Frank Greene on his recent appointment as President of the Galway Chamber of Commerce – Frank reinforced the mission of the chamber to ‘Make Galway the leading location for business, investment and people’ and he spoke about the Chamber Local Elections 2014 Manifesto which includes:

Traffic and Transport: The Galway City Outer Bypass is crucial to Galway’s Traffic and Transportation needs into the future. Galway Chamber strongly believes that the N6 Galway City Outer Bypass and Fifth Bridge over the Corrib must be part of any traffic solution for both the city and the region

Galway Port Development: Galway Chamber fully endorses and strongly supports the plans for the redevelopment of Galway Port as proposed by Galway Harbour Company.

European Capital of Culture Bid: We need a united effort to support Galway’s Bid for European Capital of Culture 2020. This will be of immense benefit to business in the region and we must ensure that it becomes a reality.

Costs of Doing Business:

  • Reduction in Commercial Rates to business
  • No increase in Local Property Taxes
  • Realistic municipal Parking Charges

Congratulations also to Celestine & David Niland from the Galway Business School in organizing this superb event and well done on their wonderful achievement to now have HETAC businesses courses available at the Galway Business School – both Celestine & David are fantastic ambassadors for Galway both at home and abroad – well done to the team there.

Michelle Murphy

Michelle Murphy

Regional Manager

Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group

Email: michelle.murphy@collinsmcnicholas.ie

Ph: 091 706 706