Chamber to host export seminar

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring joined Tourism Ireland and Irish tourism enterprises – including House of Waterford Crystal, the Granville Hotel, Dooley’s Hotel and Forever Happening – the South East  – at the World Travel Market event (WTM) in London this week, heralding the beginning of the promotional drive for the 2015 season. Pictured from left:  David McCoy (House of Waterford Crystal), Niall Gibbons (CEO, Tourism Ireland), Tina Darrer (Dooley's Hotel) Tourism Minister Michael Ring and Richard Hurley (Granville Hotel).

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring joined Tourism Ireland and Irish tourism enterprises – including House of Waterford Crystal, the Granville Hotel, Dooley’s Hotel and Forever Happening – the South East – at the World Travel Market event (WTM) in London this week, heralding the beginning of the promotional drive for the 2015 season. Pictured from left: David McCoy (House of Waterford Crystal), Niall Gibbons (CEO, Tourism Ireland), Tina Darrer (Dooley's Hotel) Tourism Minister Michael Ring and Richard Hurley (Granville Hotel).

Waterford Chamber and Enterprise Europe Network will hold to a free seminar tomorrow (Wednesday, November 5th) at Dooley’s Hotel from 9.30am-12.30pm.
The seminar entitled ‘Export for Growth’ is aimed at both existing exporters and potential exporters, admission is free and all are welcome.
Said Chamber CEO Nick Donnelly: “It is a great opportunity to find out what supports are available to exporters, how to explore new markets and opportunities, and hear a case study from a local SME on their export story.
“With the value of Irish exports of goods and services worth €177,140 billion in 2013, there has never been a better time to begin or grow your exporting business.”
This seminar is kindly sponsored by AIB Bank and is supported by Local Enterprise Office Waterford, Enterprise Ireland and Irish Exporters Association.
For booking please call 051 872639 or email michelle.mchugh@waterfordchamber.ie

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