An Post to discuss making ideas pay

AN POST LAUNCH 8TH ANNUAL ‘GROW MY BUSINESS’ CONFERENCE: Pictured are Fiona Heffernan, Head of Post Media at An Post, Gary Brown, chairman of Ad Agency Target McConnell’s, Alison Cowzer of Dragon’s Den and Head of Innovation at East Coast Bakehouse with WorldBOX CEO and Wheels Couriers owner, Bernie Kinsella at the launch of An Post’s annual Grow My Business Conference 2016.   The next in the popular series of An Post Grow My Business interactive conferences will take place in Croke Park Stadium on Tuesday 18th October and in the Clarion Hotel Cork on Thursday 20th October. As part of the Grow My Business series, a panel of leading expert speakers will explore the topic ‘Turning Ideas Into Income’ along with challenges facing small to medium business owners.   The Grow My Business Conference is an inspirational and practical event bursting with invaluable advice and ideas on how to grow a business into 2017 and beyond. The Dublin conferences takes place on Tuesday 18th October from 7:30am to 12:30am in Croke Park. Tickets are priced €39 each and can be purchased at www.anpost.ie/growmybusiness. Early bird tickets available until September 30th. ***NO FEE**
Photography: Conor Healy Photography

The discount rate for tickets to An Post’s latest Grow My Business series ends tomorrow. Early bird tickets cost €30 – the price then increases to €39. This time round, the topic is ‘Turning Ideas into Income’ with a line-up of speakers which includes Wheels Couriers and Worldbox.ie owner, Bernie Kinsella, Target McConnells chairman Gary Brown and East Coast Bakehouse director and Dragons’ Den investor Alison Cowzer.

Following on from last year’s conferences in Dublin and Cork, the next in the series of the conferences will be in Croke Park Stadium on Tuesday, October 18 followed by the Clarion Hotel in Cork two days later.  The speakers will discuss challenges facing small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and try and point out current openings.

Bernie Kinsella will speak about “fishing where the fish are”, followed by Patricia Callan from the Small Firms Association (SFA) who will address the changing face of European business post Brexit. After a speed-networking session, the conference will continue with an idea generation session from Gary Brown and a talk by Alison Cowzer.

A Q&A session will be hosted by TV3/Newstalk presenter Colette Fitzpatrick.

Pictured above are Fiona Heffernan, An Post, Gary Brown, Target McConnells, Alison Cowzer, East Coast Bakehouse and Bernie Kinsella, Wheels Couriers 

Tickets can be purchased at www.anpost.ie/growmybusiness

 

 

 

 

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