Chamber Member Update | Friday 2nd December 2022

All the latest news from your Chamber

Date: Tuesday 29 November 2022

Finance & Professional Services Open Forum | Internet of Things | Follow up - click here to read all about it

IoM Opportunities | Recruiting from South Africa Made easy | Feb 2023

This insightful session aims to break down misconceptions surrounding the recruitment of workers from South Africa and in particular the Visa Process.  Click here to read more on what the workshop will cover and to book. 

Tickets released for Three Ministers event - click here to book

 

Chamber Contributes to the 2023 Isle of Man Government Workplace Wellbeing Toolkit | Nov 2023 

Chamber were delighted to contribute to the recently published Isle of Man Government Workplace Wellbeing toolkit.  Click here to read more...

Cost pressures lead Island’s local authorities to anticipate large rate rises for next year | Dec 2022

The Island’s local authorities are together facing significant budgetary pressures in the lead-up to the rate setting process for the 2023/24 financial year.  Click here to read more...

The LoveIOM Incentives are back!

All LoveIOM Gift Cards purchased between now and Christmas benefit from 25% extra value added to them for free up to a maximum of £10. So, if you were to buy a £40 LoveIOM Gift Card, you’d receive a £50 to spend.

However, if a business was to use them for corporate gifting, there are more options.
• A business would be able to purchase physical LoveIOM Gift Cards with their corporate branding on them, to give out to their staff this Christmas (or indeed anytime)
• If they were to take advantage of the incentive, they’d also be able to purchase gift cards worth £20, for example, with a 25% discount, saving them the 25% on their gifting spend.
• Or they can choose to give their employees the extra value.

Corporates can look into gifting here and you can get yourself or your loved ones a gift card here

The Domestic Event Fund has been re-launched for new applications to support hospitality businesses, local authorities, charities and event organisers to stimulate economic activity in the Island’s towns and villages.  Click here to read more... 

Have your say on support to start your business

The Micro Business Grant Support Scheme is under review and the Department for Enterprise is seeking feedback to understand how they could improve the support available for entrepreneurs setting up their business in the Isle of Man.

The Micro Business Grant Scheme currently provides the following support:
✔️ Funding of up to £6,000 payable as a grant, living allowance or combination of both
✔️ Enhanced rate of £15,000 for exporting businesses and child care providers
✔️ Approx. 16 hour training course with morning, weekend or twilight schedules
✔️ 18 month business mentoring

Click here to complete the survey.