Meeting with Dublin Airport Authorities (daa) head management. State Enterprise Lithuanian airport, Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, Dublin Airport Authorities (daa) head management, Lithuanian Embassy to Ireland. Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce HEAD MANAGEMENT Dublin Airport Authority HEAD MANAGEMENT Lithuanian Airport HEAD MANAGEMENT A very effective meeting in Dublin Airport with State Enterprise Lithuanian Airport…Continue reading Meeting with Dublin Airport Authorities (daa) Head Management.
Honorable lcci Advisers Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in Ireland Philomena Murnaghan & Donal Denham AMBASSADORs OF IRELAND TO LITHUANIA HONORABLE LCCI ADVISERS. AMBASSADORS – DONAL DENHEM AND PHILOMENA MURNAGHAN We wish to announce joyfully that our organisation – Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in Ireland – LCCI, has been complemented by wonderful honorary advisers. It…Continue reading Ambassadors: DONAL DENHEM and PHILOMENA MURNAGHAN. LCCI Honorable Advisers
‘BALTIC UNITED FC’ ‘F7 Spark Energy League’ 2018 years’ champions – Team ‘BALTIC UNITED FC’ – Ireland. Manager and director Jūranas Moskaliovas. Compliments and Awards at Lithuania Embassy in Ireland. For this occasion, Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis presents the team Lithuanian flag and congratulation letter was issued form Ministry for Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius. Jūranas Moskaliovas DIRECTOR…Continue reading Team ‘BALTIC UNITED FC’ – Ireland
Business Name Registration
Registration of a business name is obligatory if any individual or partnership (whether composed of individuals or bodies corporate or any combination of both) or any body corporate carries on business under a name other than their own true names. Its purpose is to make public the identities of those individual(s), partnerships or corporate bodies being the legal entity behind the business name.
Specifically registration of a business name is required if:
A company is a legal form of business organisation. It is a separate legal entity and, therefore, is separate and distinct from those who run it. The company (and not the individual shareholders) is the appropriate person to be sued in the event that debts are incurred by the company which remain unpaid, despite demand. Please login for Full information.