Wexford Chamber Welcomes new President Niall Reck – Business Lunch 2018 ‘Wexford Economic & Community Development Update’ 16th February

Wexford Chamber Welcomes new President Niall Reck 
Chamber Business Lunch 2018

‘Wexford – Economic & Community Development Update’

In association with Wexford County Council and AIB Bank Wexford

A Business Lunch will take place on Friday 16th February 2018 in the Talbot Hotel.

This event will welcome our new President, Niall Reck. Niall Reck is the Owner and Digital Designer of Graphedia.com based in Wexford & Kildare. A proud native of Wexford, Niall has been an integral part of Wexford Chamber for a number of years.  Niall is a board member of Friends of Wexford General Hospital, the immediate Past President of The Rotary Club of Wexford and is a supporter of many local charities.

The event will be attended by the Chief Executive of Wexford County Council, Tom Enright, together with the Directors of Services who will update us on the economic and community development plans in County Wexford for the coming year.  Also in attendance will be key stakeholders across the political and business sectors.

Date:      Friday 16th February
Venue:   Talbot Hotel Wexford
Time:      12.00pm – 12.30pm        Arrival & Registration
                12.00pm – 12.30pm        Drinks Reception
                12.30pm – 3.00pm          4 Course Lunch (with wine if desired)

Not only will your business benefit from this timely delivered and invaluable insight, the event also promises to be an excellent business networking opportunity in a relaxed atmosphere with great food.

Chamber Members:  €40 per person (incl. VAT) or €360 (incl. VAT) for a table of 10

Non Chamber Members:  €65 per person (incl. VAT) or €585 (incl. VAT) for a table of 10

Booking early is advised as this is one of the highlights in the Chamber events calendar!

Please RSVP no later than Friday 9th February.  Tickets are available online from www.wexfordchamber.ie/shop, by contacting Wexford Chamber on 053 9122226, or e-mailing Róisín O’Neill at office@wexfordchamber.ie

 

     

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