Castleisland Chamber Alliance will hold an economic forum on this Saturday, September 22nd in the River Island Hotel from 2.30pm to 5.30pm to discuss opportunities for the Castleisland area.
On the invitation list are Castleisland people from home and abroad some of whom will contribute to a discussion on Castleisland’s future.
Vision for the Area
“Miriam O’Callaghan will direct proceedings and we have been able to secure several high profile guests with Castleisland connections to discuss their vision for the area,” said a spokesperson for the organisers, Castleisland Chamber Alliance.
All but one of the guests are from the Castleisland area and have become significant players in their sectors, the only ‘non native’ on the panel is Con Lynch who chose Castleisland as the location for his successful international business.
The event will consist of a brief presentation from each guest followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session which Miriam will moderate. The panel for the forum will consist of:
David Walsh, Group CEO, Netwatch; Liz Shanahan, Member of the Global Irish Economic Forum and current London Kerry Person of the Year; Stephen Reidy, C.I.O. Three Ireland; Suzanne McElligott, C.E.O. of IAB Ireland and Bord Member of Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland; Con Lynch, C.E.O. Compound Feed Engineering; Orla Burke, Partner and EMEA Healtcare Lead. FleishmanHillard and John Brosnan, Co-Founder and C.E.O. Netfort.
Focus on Young Entrepreneurs
“We will also hold a event in the morning focusing on three young entrepreneurs, all alumni of the local secondary schools, who will make presentations of their businesses. This session will be supported by the secondary school principals and while the target audience is primarily students, all are welcome to attend.
The panel for the morning event will consist of: Shane McAuliffe, McAuliffe Pig Farms and European Pig Producers Ireland; Shane O’Leary, Cordal Cheese and Ciara Murphy, Be You tiful, Beauty Salon.
The event promises to provide unique ideas from our very successful panelists which we expect to help Castleisland plan for a successful economic future.
Tickets from Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/castleisland-economic-forum-tickets-48590519552
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