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Bank of Ireland hosts Brexit briefing for Galway SMEs

Wednesday, 10th May, 2017 1:00am

The g Hotel Galway will play host to a Bank of Ireland economic breakfast briefing titled, ‘Managing and Growing Business in a post Brexit Economy.’ The event is part of Bank of Ireland’s 16th National Enterprise Week which will see the Bank host over 40 networking events nationwide from 12-19 May. The briefing is taking place on Thursday 18 May from 8am.

Speakers will include Bank of Ireland’s Chief Economist Dr. Loretta O’ Sullivan, Global Head of Trading, Garret Grogan, and Director of Business Banking, Mark Cunningham.

The briefing, including a buffet-style breakfast, will give attendees an overview of recent economic trends and likely future developments with a specific Brexit related focus.

The broad range of speakers will cover many concerns for local businesses in Galway including business confidence and how ambitious local businesses can grow in the future.

Mary Regan, Head of Business Banking, Galway city, Bank of Ireland said; “We are delighted to play host to this special economic breakfast which will cover a range of issues of relevance to businesses. The event will provide insights and practical guidance for local SMEs and particularly those trading in the UK and other overseas markets, as well as their financial advisers.

“The business community in Galway continues to thrive and as Ireland’s largest lender, Bank of Ireland strongly supports businesses to grow and develop. We welcome anyone interested in this business breakfast event to register their interest.”

For those interested in attending, RSVP to

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