Free Webinar for Kerry’s Retail Sector this Wednesday Afternoon

Kerry County Council will host a free information webinar this Wednesday for the retail trade in Kerry.

The webinar will provide advice and updates on the impact of the phased easing of the COVID-19 restrictions on the retail sector in the county.

The webinar will be addressed by the Chief Executive Officer of Retail Excellence Ireland, David Fitzsimons; Economist Jim Power and the head of the Kerry County Council Local Enterprise Office, Tomás Hayes.

Online at 2pm on Wednesday

The online webinar will commence at 2.pm on Wednesday, May 20th.

Registration in advance is essential and all participants will be issued with a link to the webinar as soon as they register.

Questions from participants can be submitted in advance.

New Ways of Retailing

Among the topics to be addressed are macro trends in the retail sector, new ways of retailing, tips and advice for retailers reopening to customers in the coming weeks, how to anticipate demand, and what to expect when the COVID-19 restrictions are further eased.

An update on the supports available from the Local Enterprise Office will also be discussed.

Advice and Information

This is one of a series of free webinars we are hosting for businesses in Kerry,’ said Tomás Hayes. “I would encourage anyone in retail in Kerry to take part.

There are many challenges facing businesses and we want to help them face those challenges equipped with the most up-to-date advice and information.

Great Opportunity for Retailers

With the input of David Fitzsimons and Jim Power, it is a great opportunity for retailers in Kerry to learn from the experts and to get feedback from people with a comprehensive knowledge of the sector,” Mr. Hayes concluded.

You can register with a click on the link here: : https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7uJAmSlOSxegQlHUERQJtQ

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