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Enterprise Conference aims to help local businesses expand

Clonmel Chamber president Valerie O'Reilly with the Mayor of Clonmel, Billy Shoer at the launch of The National Enterprise Conference, which will be held at Hotel Minella on Friday morning, October 19.

Clonmel Chamber president Valerie O'Reilly with the Mayor of Clonmel, Billy Shoer at the launch of The National Enterprise Conference, which will be held at Hotel Minella on Friday morning, October 19.

Clonmel Chamber of Commerce will host The National Enterprise Conference on Friday week, October 19th at Hotel Minella. The event is now a fixture amongst major conferences in Ireland and will see five innovators take to the stage to share their insights with delegates from around the country.

This year Clonmel Chamber will welcome Cully Allen from well-known brand Cully and Sully to talk about how he turned his company into a household brand and became an acquisition target for a larger company.

Lucy Masterson from the Hireland initiative will tell how a simple idea has already had 4,000 jobs committed to it and how companies of all sizes can seize simple ideas to generate success.

Sean Murphy from Chambers Ireland will provide policy insights into what the government needs to do to assist SMEs and economic growth. Shane Cradock is a well-regarded coach who has worked most recently with some of the largest FDIs in Ireland. He will be bringing to delegates his experience of motivating and developing people in global technology brand name companies. Lorcan O’Hobain is an expert in developing SMEs and he will be outlining the steps that SMEs need to take to move forward in the current climate.

“The aim of the conference is to give businesses the tools and the insights to drive growth”, said Chamber President Valerie O’Reilly when speaking at the launch of the conference. “We have assembled a group of speakers, each looking at a unique element of what makes companies successful and they will be sharing that with delegates. Our conferences have always given delegates ideas and food for thought and this year we are sure that those who attend will leave with a new view on how to drive development in their businesses”, she added.

Registration opens at 8.30am and the conference will conclude at 1pm. Tickets may be purchased online at ClonmelChamber.com or by calling 052-61 26500. Tickets for Chamber members cost €45 and €85 for non-members.

 
 
 

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