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About The Chamber

The aim of the Chamber is to support business and encourage sustainable economic development in the Omagh Area.

We cannot do this in isolation. We need to communicate more, collaborate more and together make Omagh the best it can possibly be!

It’s not about what the Chamber can do for you, but what you can do for the chamber. We need people from all business backgrounds; those starting out who are eager and enthusiastic, those who are long established and have a wealth of knowledge, young entrepreneurs who have innovative and creative ideas – we need you all!!

The Chamber meets on the second Tuesday of each month and meetings last approximately 1 hour.

All members are welcome to attend the meetings, however it is not compulsory so you can attend one, all or none depending on your interest.

8 Reasons to Join

** Open Now for 2023 Membership **

Services & Expertise

Omagh Chamber of Commerce & Industry is recognised for helping businesses grow and develop in the following ways:

Who Are We?

Omagh Chamber of Commerce is a membership organisation governed by a Board and Council.

Chamber Board

President of Chamber

Mr Colm Broderick

Vice President(s)

Mr Ivan Gilmour
Mr Seamus McElroy

Treasurer

Mr Joseph Carolan

Secretary

Mrs Carrie-Anne Hunter

Chamber Council

  • Mr Eoghan Devery
  • Mr Rory McLaughlin
  • Mrs Joann McCaul
  • Mr Ciaran McCreanor
  • Ms Lorraine Rowley
  • Mr Dominic McClements
  • Ms Debbie Deans
  • Mrs Sharon Stephenson
  • Mr Martin O’Neill
  • Mr Nicholas O’Shiel
  • Mr Dermot Devlin
  • Ms Hilary Nelson

Chamber Staff

Business Development Officer (P/T)

Carrie-Anne Hunter

Carrie-Anne is responsible for all membership, business development, developing customer relationships and helping members to develop their professional networks and enhance their profile.

Carrie-Anne is also responsible for event management from initial concept and branding through production and the procurement of sponsorship.  She also identifies potential partnerships and sponsorship opportunities to promote members’ businesses.  

Get in touch

Please contact Omagh Chamber of Commerce for any questions about new or existing membership opportunities.

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Where are we

Unit B8 Omagh Enterprise Centre,
Great Northern Road,
Omagh,
County Tyrone,
BT78 1LU