Tuesday Feb 11th is the date for the 35th Annual General Meeting of the CEIA, at the Maryborough House Hotel, Douglas starting at 6:15pm sharp
Our Guest Speaker for the evening is:
Chief Executive, Cork Chamber of Commerce
Conor Healy took up the position as Chief Executive of Cork Chamber of Commerce in February 2006. Prior to joining Cork Chamber Conor worked with Ireland’s inward investment agency IDA Ireland playing a lead role in the strategic development of the South West region and the winning of new investment. Previously he worked with Enterprise Ireland holding responsibility for the development of the indigenous software and international services sector and has also worked in business development working with micro enterprises. Mr Healy holds a BSc, MSc and MBA from University College Cork. He is currently a Board Member of Chambers Ireland and a member of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) in the United States. He also sits on UCC Alumni Board as well as a range of boards and committees supporting economic development and tourism across the Cork region.
About Cork Chamber of Commerce
With 200 years in business, the Cork Chamber of Commerce has the mission to make Cork the best place for business. They represent 1,200 companies who employ over 100,000 people across the Cork region. They have a dedicated team of 20 staff, committed to supporting members by:
Growing Their Business
The Cork Chamber of Commerce seek to champion, promote and drive a strong vision for Cork as the best place for business. A thriving place driven by a successful, progressive and influential membership. Member insight and experience define their strategic goals and daily workflow. They seek to be dynamic and forward thinking, to be purposeful change makers, to be responsible and inspiring. The Chamber actively celebrates the vibrancy of their membership and invite them to take a place at the heart of Corks business community.
Their services match members needs, regardless of size or sector. Member’s can attend any of the 100+ networking events or reach out directly using the member database. Access is given to discounted top QQI accredited training courses, short skills courses, seminars and workshops. Members are kept informed with regular business updates, they provide business advice, and promote members businesses to reach new horizons. Cork Chamber of Commerce is the business voice, championing members concerns, celebrating their successes and putting Cork on the global map.
Conor’s talk will be titled “Business Environment, Issues & Opportunities”
We are honoured Conor has taken the time to speak with us tonight
After the meeting, Dinner will be served in Bellini’s restaurant in the hotel. (nominal charge for dinner)
This will be a well-attended event so please book your place early.
Please Register by sending an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org also advise if you will remain for dinner.