September’s Friday Breakfast Club takes place this Friday (Sept 6th) in Bank of Ireland workbenches across Munster. Here’s how you can find more information and register your attendance. 

Friday Breakfast Clubs are events held every first Friday in Bank of Ireland’s Workbenches across the country. The first 30 minutes involves business networking over a light breakfast. This is followed by a fireside chat with a local business owner with a financial focus on the story of their journey to date, in a relaxed conversational setting, closing with Q&A with the audience.

Here’s how you can find more information on each event and register your attendance:

Cork

Stephen Ryan, founder of Narration and 24 Stories, who will be speaking to Alan Carroll about his journey in business and how he used his marketing knowledge to start his own businesses. https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/cork-founder-improving-the-irish-digital-marketing-scene/

Limerick

Brian O’Callaghan, founder of EcoStraws, will be talking about starting his inspiring start-up and the difference he is making in protecting the environment. https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/limerick-start-up-making-difference-global-issue-plastic-straw/

Waterford

Yvonne Dillon, co-founder of Nutrilicious Food Co, talks about how her passion for food drove her to start her food business. Despite some bumps on the road, it has gone from strenght to strenght. https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/its-never-too-late-for-new-beginnings/

Tralee

Breda O’Dwyer, who heads up the Centre of Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Development (CEED) at the IT Tralee will be chatting to Colin McCallion, who is the commercial operations manager at eBay Ireland. Colin will share how eBay is working with Tralee retailers to help these ‘bricks & mortar’ businesses to trade online. https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/friday-breakfast-club-tralee-workbench-ebay/

Written by Stephen Larkin

Published: 4 September, 2019