Speakers confirmed for Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast seminar

Posted on: 6th October, 2014

Category: News

Contributor: West Cork People

Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce has secured two highly acclaimed inspirational and motivational guest speakers for the Business Breakfast on Thursday, October 23, 2014 in Dunmore House Hotel.

Motivational speaker, author and strategic coach Walt Hampton regularly speaks at corporate and professional conferences and events throughout the US. Walt is interesting, informative and entertaining; he delivers a dynamic, high impact and inspiring message, which never fails to have a positive effect on those privileged to hear him.

Entrepreneur and UCC business mentor, Owen O’Brien, will share his story of how he started with a stand at the Coal Quay in Cork and went on to sell the business he subsequently established for over €6 million. Owen created and managed several businesses over 25 years both in Ireland and the UK and is currently Postgraduate Lecturer in Entrepreneurship in UCC Economics Department.

Tickets for this not-to-be-missed Business Breakfast are available from Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce, Bridge House, Rossa Street, Clonakilty. Tickets are priced at €35 with a reduction for members of Clonakilty Chamber.

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