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Clonmel Chamber to visit Tullamore Dew plant

Philip Singleton, Enterprise Ireland; Brian Cleary, Clonmel Chamber of Commerce CEO and Daniel Gao from the Chinese Embassy attended the Doing Business In China event at the Clonmel Park Hotel.

Philip Singleton, Enterprise Ireland; Brian Cleary, Clonmel Chamber of Commerce CEO and Daniel Gao from the Chinese Embassy attended the Doing Business In China event at the Clonmel Park Hotel.

Clonmel Chamber will host their first event of 2013 on Thursday, January 24th at Tullamore Dew plant on the Waterford Road.

The event will bring members behind scenes of one of the world’s most iconic whiskey brands.

Each year the Chamber starts the year with a ‘behind the scenes’ event that enables members to see what makes some of most fascinating businesses in County Tipperary so successful.

“The past year was a very busy one for the Chamber and we think that the event at the Wm. Grants Tullamore Dew site is a great way to start the year” said Chamber CEO Brian Cleary.

“We are the largest membership organisation in the county and as such we have a wide variety of member companies. Events like this demystify what goes on behind the factory gates and they also provide a unique setting for networking for our members” he added.

The event, which will include a nosing and tasting session, is just one of the many free events that members can attend this year. Last year Clonmel Chamber hosted almost thirty free events for member companies ranging from networking evenings to expert briefings.

 
 
 

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