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Saturday 25 October 2014

Bank of Ireland building momentum with special seminars

Press Release Image NO FEE Presseye Northern Ireland - 7th May 2013 Mandatory Credit - Brian Thompson/Presseye.vom   Bank of Ireland UK today unveiled its packed programme for the forthcoming Enterprise Week which will take place from May 17th - 24th.  'Building Business Momentum' will be the theme of the week long initiative and will include a flagship seminar at Ravenhill and at the Playhouse in Derry, training courses and business clinics along with the ever popular Show Your Business in-branches across Northern Ireland.   Pictured at the launch from left are: Mary Keightley, Managing Director, Mind Associates; Alyson Hogg, CEO, Vita Liberata, the self-tanning company; and Ciaran McGivern, Head of Business Banking, Bank of Ireland UK all of whom will speak at the Ravenhill event on May 22nd.  

A TANNING guru and a TV 'Dragon' will be among the speakers at events aimed at giving advice for businesses here.

Bank of Ireland UK's Enterprise Week will focus on 'Building Business Momentum' with seminars, business clinics and training courses.

There will be two flagship events. The first, on May 22, at Ravenhill, will hear from Alyson Hogg of tanning firm Vita Liberata, Mary Keightley of Mind Associates and Ciaran McGivern, Bank of Ireland head of business banking.

On May 24 an event in Londonderry will focus on innovation and growth. Speakers will be Peter Casey of RTE's Dragons' Den, Dr Bernard Toal from NORiBiC, Dr Dan McLaughlin, Bank of Ireland chief economist and Eleanor McEvoy, Budget Energy MD.

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