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March 01, 2010


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Hi Keith,

It's a very worrying trend. DCEB are in the process of pulling support for some of their projects, in particular their start-up business network (I've written an open letter to the DCEB board on that topic here: http://www.websitedoctor.com/blog/open-letter-to-dceb-board/ )

I don't want to be one of the folks who always sits around giving out about local or national government without doing something about it. If there is something we can do to help EI and the CEB's, e.g. push some of the multinationals for sponsorships, call our local TD or councillor, or anything else, I'd love them to tell us and get folks behind them.

There is so much good will in the business community here at the moment, *despite* the almost crippling recession, NAMA, bailed out banks who won't lend to us, and all the rest of it.

Let's get the Irish business community back on track. I'm in.


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