Coronavirus COVID19 - Supports for Business



County Meath Chamber is committed to helping you and your business deal with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please find below links to key resource webpages for Businesses and individuals from Government Departments and Public Bodies to refer with the necessary precautions for businesses and employees. This list has been compiled by Chambers Ireland.

B2B Supports from our Meath Chamber Members

Here are some of the supports available amongst our Meath Chamber members. 

Facebook Supports

Facebook have developed a series of free online resources for business to communicate with your customers, and develop your business online through free webinars, online training and Covid specific advice. Please click here for details. 

Financial Planning

BMS Accountants - Cash Flow Management Advice

Insurance Advice

Sheridan Insurance - Coronavirus Information

Safety Signage / Branding

Trinity Seven Studios Covid-19 Safety Signage

Cló Design & Print - Covid-19 Safety Signage

HR Support & Advice

Marsh Mackey Recruitment

Osbourne Recruitment

James GIbbons Recruitment

Health & Safety Training

Healthcare Training Solutions - Business/Industry Covid Compliance

Mental Health & Wellbeing 

L&B Therapy - Linda Breathnach

Fintech Support

eComm Merchant Solutions - Covid-19 Response

Financal Supports

Drogheda Credit Union Business Loan

Bank of Ireland – Covid Supports & Trips on Financial Wellbeing

AIB – Covid-19 Supports

Permanent TSB – Covid-19 Supports


If you are a member of County Meath Chamber and have an offering please email it to

Meath Local Enterprise Office

The Meath Local Enterprise Office is here to support your business in responding to COVID-19. Click HERE for the LEO Response Hub to discover what business supports have been put in place.

13.03.2020. Speaking on the challenges facing local businesses Paula McCaul CEO of Meath Chamber said “The government has recognised that the unfolding situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus will impact greatly on the business community both at a practical and financial level. These impacts need to be lessened in every way possible by all government agencies and authorities. While the first priority must be public health, government and its agencies must do everything possible to support businesses in addressing unprecedented challenges. The measures announced earlier this week are a welcome start, but they must be kept under constant review as the situation develops.”