Datapac and Wexford Chamber in joint office launches
Datapac has announced the official opening of its new boardroom and training facility, the Datapac Business Resource Centre, within the offices of the Wexford Chamber, on Hill Street, which were officially opened on the same day.
The resource centre will offer local businesses the opportunity to avail of the latest technology and communications infrastructure.
The opening was revealed at Thursday's official opening of the Chamber offices and the re-dedication of a plaque commemorating those killed at the old Dr Furlong's site during the 1798 Rebellion. 'We're delighted to announce the official opening of our new offices and the Datapac Business Resource Centre. With the economy continuing to improve, local businesses are buoyant, and are displaying great enthusiasm for meetings, training sessions, and education seminars,' said chamber chief executive Madeleine Quirke. She said many smaller organisations do not have the space or budget for their own meeting rooms. This is where the Datapac Business Resource Centre comes in. 'The centre is outfitted with the latest technologies to help businesses to make a great impression on prospective clients, provide their staff with interactive training sessions, or provide an impartial environment for interviews. The provision of these services is Wexford Chamber's way of giving back to the community,' she said.
'Datapac is a truly innovative company, and a real Wexford success story, and with its support, and the addition of these state-of the-art facilities, Wexford Chamber can continue to punch above its weight.' Karen O'Connor, General Manager Service Delivery, Datapac, said: 'Datapac is delighted to play a role in transforming Wexford Chamber's facilities, and to give something back to the Wexford business community that has been so supportive of Datapac over the past number of years. 'The value of the resource centre as a collaborative space for smaller organisations cannot be overstated, and it is our hope that Chamber members and non-members alike will make the most of these cutting-edge facilities in the years to come.'