Wexford business expo centred on economic recovery

David Tucker

Published 18/08/2015 | 00:00

Businessman Carl Fitzpatrick, County Council Chief Executive Tom Enright, Minister Brendan Howlin, Chamber President Martin Doyle, and its Chief Executive Madeleine Quirke.
Businessman Carl Fitzpatrick, County Council Chief Executive Tom Enright, Minister Brendan Howlin, Chamber President Martin Doyle, and its Chief Executive Madeleine Quirke.

Building on the unprecedented success of last year's event, the 2015 Wexford Business Expo promises to be the event of the year for businesses right across the county. Presented by Wexford Chamber and Wexford County Council, this year's event will be centred around the theme of 'Capitalising on the Economic Recovery' providing attendees with access to information that will enable their business to maximise their potential. The event will feature keynote speakers who have achieved business success both on a national and an international scale and will provide the 100 exhibitors and 2,000 visitors on the day with a unique opportunity to hear the innovative and proactive strategies that have enabled these speakers to guide their companies to leading positions within their sector.

The Wexford Business Expo will once again be the home for Angels' Den, providing a live arena for local business owners to deliver live pitches to a panel of investors. Angels' Den is one of the many extremely popular features from last year that will be making a return, with The Boardroom, Business Connections and Speed Networking making sure that it is an event that business people cannot afford to miss.

CEO of Wexford Chamber, Madeleine Quirke said 'the Wexford Business Expo has become one of our annual flagship events. Last year, the event took a new direction with more emphasis placed on interactive workshops and providing attendees with actionable strategies for their businesses and we have made sure that this year's event will build further on that success.' The event takes place in Wexford County Hall on Thursday, September 10, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

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