Dublin Chamber Elections 2017
Did you know the Dublin Chamber of Commerce elections are taking place now and you can vote by simply clicking here and using the PIN that Sandra Farrell (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent on Monday 16 January?
Why you should vote
You can have your business needs represented on the Council and influence national government policies that affect your business. Policies that you can control by voting in the elections between now and Friday 27 January.
Please click here to find out more about the role of Council.
What I stand for
As one of the only candidates from an SME, I would offer experience and skills to complement those of the other Council members. I believe that, in order to make Dublin a great place to do business, all large and small companies need to work together. It is crucial to make the city an attractive and affordable place where people want to invest and to grow their business.
A cohesive Dublin Chamber can help to ensure Dublin will grow and prosper, even facing the potential challenges from Brexit and the Trump election.
If elected to the Chamber, I will work with all members to make Dublin an even better place for everyone to do business in 2017.
Who I am
I am a Chartered Certified Accountant and a statutory auditor with accountable.ie. I specialise in the SME sector, managing the financial and tax affairs of start-up companies, owner managed businesses and Irish branches of foreign companies.
I am a European Business and Languages graduate and qualified financial advisor with experience across various large, multi-national companies and small, owner-managed/family-run businesses
I have worked with the chamber on the last two budget submissions and I am a Dublin Chamber Ambassador.
If you have an issues with voting or your PIN does not work please contact Sandra Farrell (email@example.com) Direct: + 353 1 6447215
If you’re interested in finding out more about me please connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter @accountablefin.