Doing Business in the North East - Ulster Bank Business Series
Published 02/08/2016 | 12:58
Ulster Bank are pleased to invite you to a business seminar on doing business in the North East in partnership with the Irish Independent.
This is your opportunity to meet fellow entrepreneurs and business owners. Hear about the challenges and opportunities facing Irish businesses including: first hand experience of scaling and branding a business, policy issues and supports for SMEs from industry experts, all set against a very interesting economic backdrop.
The first event of the series takes place on Wednesday 24th August in East Coast Bakehouse, Drogheda.
Business Seminar: Doing Business in the North East
Date: Wednesday, 24th August 2016
Venue: East Coast Bakehouse, Donore Road, Drogheda, Co. Louth
07.30: Registration – Breakfast – Networking
08.00: Welcome: Sean O’Hanrahan, Senior Manager - North East Business Centre, Ulster Bank
08.05: Opening address: Dearbhail McDonald, Group Business Editor, Independent News & Media
08.10: Industry speaker 1: Alison Cowzer and Michael Carey, Co-Founder, East Coast Bakehouse
08.25: Industry speaker 2: Simon Barry, Chief Economist, Ulster Bank
08.35: Industry speaker 3: Fergal O’Brien, Director of Policy, IBEC
08.45: Industry speaker 4: Orla Battersby, Head of High Potential Start Ups, Enterprise Ireland
09.00: Panel discussion and Q&A
09.20: Closing address
09.30: Tea/Coffee & Networking
10.30: Event end
This event is open to anyone with an interest in doing business in the North East. Please feel free to invite those whom you would think would find the event of value. Note that spaces are limited, so make sure you register below: