Newry Chamber to host business dinner with Department of Finance

Declan McAteer Posted by
declan@newrytimes.com
Saturday, January 7th, 2012
Business

Newry Chamber of Commerce & Trade will host a ‘Let’s Talk’ Business Dinner with a VIP guest speaker from the Department of Finance and Personnel in the Canal Court Hotel on the 30th January.

Newry Chamber is inviting members of the local business community to attend this important event to hear from a senior Member of the Executive about its plans to rebuild the Northern Ireland economy.

The ‘Let’s Talk’ discussion will feature Q&A session between delegates and the guest speaker chaired by Tom Kelly, media commentator and columnist for the Irish News.

President Cathal Austin, Newry Chamber of Commerce stated, “We are delighted to host this important business dinner and networking event for our members and the wider business community. The economic environment continues to be challenging for local businesses; it is therefore vital that local business leaders gain an insight as to how the Assembly intends to deal with the situation and to have an opportunity to debate the issue.”

This event is generously sponsored by CRASH Services. Mr Michael McKeown of Managing Director of CRASH Services stated, “CRASH is delighted to support Newry Chamber of Commerce in hosting this important event. There are many challenges ahead for Government and commerce alike, we are sure this will prove to be a very interesting event.”

To reserve a place at this event please contact Newry Chamber office on:

Tel: 028 3025 0303
Email: info@newrychamber.com

Tickets are £25 for Newry Chamber members, £35 non Chamber members. (Price includes a four course meal).


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