A Brexit Business Breakfast will take place this coming Friday, March 22 in the Seven Oaks Hotel in Carlow Town.
Organised by Senator Jennifer Murnane O'Connor, the event aims to inform the business community of the supports available to them in these very challenging times.
Speakers on the day will include Jo Browne, a huge local success story, John Madigan from the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland who administer the Brexit Loan Scheme, Melanie Guing Ryan, a specialist in the area of business mentoring and business psychology and Dara Calleary TD, Fianna Fáil deputy leader.
Those in attendance will also hear from the Brian O'Farrell, chief executive of Carlow Chamber of Commerce on how the Chamber can support the business community now and into the future.
Meanwhile, Tom O'Neill from New Work Junction will discuss the benefits of remote working for employer and employee.
Senator Murnane O'Connor said: "I am delighted to be able to bring such an experienced panel of speakers to Carlow for this event.
"In these uncertain times it is important that Carlow businesses are aware of all the supports available to them and that is what we are trying to do, through our business breakfast."
The event starts at 8am and guests will be treated to a complimentary breakfast upon arrival. The breakfast is expected to finish around 10am.
If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 059-9170754 to confirm your attendance as places are limited and on a first come first serve basis.
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