Organised by Donegal County Enterprise Board, in conjunction with its enterprise partners in Donegal, the aim of the week-long programme of events is to inspire and motivate people to consider starting their own business and to provide a learning and networking forum for those already in business.
"Donegal Business Week is now firmly established in the business calendar of Donegal and offers an annual opportunity for people in business and those thinking about starting a business, to make some time to hear how others have overcome obstacles or seized opportunities to either develop their business or achieve in their lives." said Micheal Tunney, CEO Donegal County Enterprise Board. "This year again we have organised in conjunction with our Enterprise Partners a range of speakers, events, workshops and seminars all aimed at providing opportunities for learning and networking with the ultimate objective of assisting you in improving your business and in turn the economy of our county."
|Michael Tunney, CEO Donegal County Enterprise Board|
The Main aims of the Donegal County Enterprise Board are:
• To act as the First Point of Contact for business information and advice in Donegal.
• To promote entrepreneurship and an enterprise culture within Donegal.
• To assist in the establishment and development of micro businesses in Donegal.
|Domini Kemp speaks on Wednesday morning|
|Tara McCarthy, Director of Consumer Foods Division for Bordbia|
|Sarah and her husband Sarajit run Aruna Sauces|
|Shane McGee, New Product Development at Errigal Seafoods|
|John Fagan is the Senior Food Technologist at BIM and Teagasc|