Wexford Chamber will host a Wexford Means Business Evening bringing together a number of business support agencies on Wednesday, 22nd February in Slaney Manor, Barntown, Wexford from 6.00pm – 8.00pm.
This event will see a number of agencies participating, to include Wexford County Council, Wexford County Enterprise Board, AIB, SEBIC, Wexford Campus IT Carlow, WIT (RIKON), Wexford Local Development, Enterprise Ireland, and Innovation Wexford among others.
Local businesses are encouraged to attend this event to strengthen their business connections by engaging with local, regional and national business contacts.
Speakers will include Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland; Enda McDonnell, Regional Director, South East, Enterprise Ireland; Brendan Ennis, Group Chief Executive, Innovation Wexford and Caroline Murphy, Head of the Wexford Campus (IT Carlow).
Wexford Means Business promises to be an opportunity to forge valuable partnerships between business communities and enterprise agencies.
Commenting on the event Madeleine Quirke, CEO, Wexford Chamber said, “There is a demand for information and advice around setting up a new business plus a demand for business support services from companies affected by the current economic environment. We would like to bring together all the relevant organisations into one room to provide this information. It is vital that people know what supports are available to them from funding to mentoring to training.”
Various industry experts will be on hand to provide assistance in areas such as business funding and supports, training and education, business events and networking.
This evening is free of charge and is aimed at existing and prospective entrepreneurs looking to strategically improve their business.
If you have any queries, please contact Wexford Chamber on 053 9122226 or email email@example.com.
For further information on upcoming events see www.wexfordchamber.ie.