Over 200 business delegates attended a Cross Border Business Support Expo hosted by Newry and Dundalk Chambers of Commerce and supported by InterTradeIreland, Local Enterprise Office Louth on the 27th January in the Carrickdale Hotel.
Thomas McEvoy, representing the Local Enterprise Office Louth commented “We are delighted to sponsor this important business event. It provides an opportunity for those interested in starting or developing their business to find out more about the help that’s available – which is what the Local Enterprise Office is about. A range of supports are open to business, including business training for owners and managers. Details are available at http://www.localenterprise.ie”
Michael Gaynor President of Dundalk Chamber of Commerce stated that this was the fifth Cross Border Expo to take place in recent years. “The ‘Business support platform format’ used for the Expo has been very successful one, he said, judging by the increase in exhibitors and delegates attending the event this year.”
President Michael McKeown of Newry Chamber stated “as joint organisers of this annual event, Newry Chamber was delighted with its success in terms of networking opportunities created and the opening of communication channels between local businesses and Support Agencies”.
See the attached Press Release for more.
- Cross Border Business Support Expo 2016 (pdf/52 KB)