If you’re in the vicinity of Waterford and the Dunhill Eco Park in particular, and you’re either involved in the food business or considering getting into the food business (yes, I know, sounds like a lot of criteria), then this half day event might be of interest to you.
Sponsored by Waterford County Council, Waterford County Enterprise Board, Dunhill Rural Enterprises Ltd. Irish Institute, Boston College and the U.S. Department of State the half day conference titled ‘Reaping the Benefits: Rural Communities Creating Sustainable Jobs’ on 15 October coming will focus on creating jobs in the food industry. Booking in advance through Waterford County Council is essential.
On the day you’ll find speakers including Ms. Marian Byrne (Department of Agriculture), Mr. Eddie Downey (VP Irish Farmers Association), Mr. John Flahavan (Flahavans) and Mr. Sean Molloy (Head of
Planning at Glanbia) along with Commissioner Scott Daughtery, Comissioner for Small Business, State of North Carolina (US).
If you’re interested in attendinng, please RSVP by Tuesday October 9 to Catriona at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 051-396934 for more details.