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Brexit breakfast event in Letterkenny 02.03.20

DRAGON’S Den presenter and well-known business journalist Richard Curran will share his thoughts on Brexit and how Donegal businesses can maximize opportunities at a Business Breakfast event in Letterkenny this week.
The Business Breakfast event will be hosted by Donegal County Council on Wednesday, 4th March, in the Radisson Hotel in Letterkenny as part of Local Enterprise Week.
It is the first in a series of events where local businesses and those planning on starting a business or relocating their business to Donegal will have the chance to explore the opportunities arising from Brexit, participate in an expert panel discussion and engage with the Council and its various services.
“We are delighted to have journalist Richard Curran provide the keynote address at our first in a series of Business Engagement Events around the county” says Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council Cllr. Nicholas Crossan.
“Brexit is a reality for us now and while there are still many uncertainties around the process and how the trade negotiations will progress, businesses here in Donegal and those looking to relocate to Donegal are already exploring opportunities to build resilience allowing them to continue to thrive and compete in an increasingly changing environment.”
Dragon’s Den presenter and business journalist Richard Curran.
Richard Curran is the presenter of The Business radio show on RTE Radio One and columnist with the Irish Independent and Sunday Independent as well as presenter on RTE’s Dragon’s Den. He has been a business journalist for 25 years and is a former deputy editor of The Sunday Business Post and former business editor of the Irish Independent. He has co-written two books, one on Irish entrepreneurs and the other on the collapse of Irish Nationwide Building Society and has made several TV documentaries for RTE.
The event will take place in the Radisson Hotel, Letterkenny from 8am to 10am on Wednesday, 4th March, 2020. Admission is free but booking is recommended. To book your place click here .
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