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Monday 21 October 2019

Chamber urging businesses to mark summit into diaries

Tom Banville (Local Enterprise Office), Olive Power (Zurich), Niall Reck (Chamber President), Tom Enright (CE Wexford County Council) and Enda Kavanagh (CEO Wexford Chamber)
Tom Banville (Local Enterprise Office), Olive Power (Zurich), Niall Reck (Chamber President), Tom Enright (CE Wexford County Council) and Enda Kavanagh (CEO Wexford Chamber)

Anna Hayes

The countdown is on to this year's Wexford Business Summit which takes place on October 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wexford County Council.

The event is taking an interactive approach this year that focuses simultaneously on helping to directly expand business opportunities and improve bottom line performance. The #WexBizSummit is sponsored by Zurich Insurance, in partnership with the Sunday Business Post, LEO Wexford, the EPA and Wexford County Council.

An panel of speakers will outline their experience of life in business.

Paddy Power will discuss '30 years of mischief, mistakes and things they don't teach you in marketing school'.

The Google Garage will help people to understand the secrets to engaging online advertising and analysing data, while food company Flahavan's will outline how being green gave them an edge.

The summit is expected to attract up to a thousand guests and showcase over 70 exhibition stands from a broad range of business sectors.

In addition to that, there will be opportunities to pitch your business idea to large multinational organisations in the Meet the Buyer corner; get investment through the Angel's Den; or take a stand for your business.

To book a stand contact Róisín on roisinoneill@wexfordchamber.ie or 053 91 22226.

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