Enterprise week event for manufactures held in Breaffy

Pictured at a Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Week event entitled 'Manufacturing in a dynamic, challenging and changing marketplace' were from left: Alan Durcan (Head Bank of Ireland Mayo), Eugene Loughran (Senior Relationship manager Bank of Ireland), John Magee (Head of Enterprise  LEO, Mayo), Brian Evans (Head of Manufacturing Bank of Ireland), Gerard Tannam (CEO Islandbridge Brand Development), Gail Molloy (Head of Business Banking Connacht and Ulster), Lee Evans (Bank of Ireland Global Markets and Brian Moran (Bank of Ireland Business Manager Mayo) Photo: Michael Donnelly

Pictured at a Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Week event entitled 'Manufacturing in a dynamic, challenging and changing marketplace' were from left: Alan Durcan (Head Bank of Ireland Mayo), Eugene Loughran (Senior Relationship manager Bank of Ireland), John Magee (Head of Enterprise LEO, Mayo), Brian Evans (Head of Manufacturing Bank of Ireland), Gerard Tannam (CEO Islandbridge Brand Development), Gail Molloy (Head of Business Banking Connacht and Ulster), Lee Evans (Bank of Ireland Global Markets and Brian Moran (Bank of Ireland Business Manager Mayo) Photo: Michael Donnelly

Bank of Ireland’s 17th National Enterprise Week took place this week with 26 events taking place across the country for SMEs with an interest in growing their business. Each National Enterprise Week event was carefully planned to support specific industry sectors with experts on hand to speak about everything from trends, forecasts and opportunities to personal relevant business experience.

The aim of the initiative was to promote and drive momentum for businesses in areas such as manufacturing, tourism and hospitality, agri, finance, fisheries and export markets. In Mayo, Bank of Ireland hosted an event last Tuesday, November 21 entitled “Manufacturing in a dynamic, challenging and changing marketplace” in Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar."

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