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Thursday 31 July 2014

Businesspeople start their day on the right foot

Published 22/04/2014|05:32

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County Manager Paul Reid, Julie Curtin of Country Crest and Tony Lambert, CEO of Fingal Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
Lisa McMahon, Alan Spain and Kieran O’Connor.

A BREAKFAST with a difference was enjoyed by members of the Fingal business community as they descended in large numbers into one of the area's newest and most happening dining venues.

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The Fingal Dublin Chamber hosted the launch of BJM Business Advice at Hogs & Heifers Restaurant, beside Wrights Venue in Airside, Swords.

Over 80 guests were treated to a steak, eggs and pancakes breakfast followed by a presentation from Brian Murphy from BJM Business Advice and Cathal Fitzgerald from Agrifood Business Partners.

Brian is a highly experienced Business Advisor who works nationally and internationally across a range of sectors advising companies and organisations on how to maximise their potential.

His practical and pragmatic approach is derived from over 30 years' management experience in the banking sector, working closely with clients and supporting them through the various stages of business and economic cycles.

As a business consultant, Brian is valued not only for his ability to offer sound strategic advice to senior management and boards of small medium and large businesses, but also for his willingness to take an active role in implementation.

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