‘Digi Tralee’ Event As Part Of Bank Of Ireland’s Enterprise Week

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Ken Tobin of HQ Tralee.

BANK of Ireland in Tralee will host a business event during their National Enterprise Week later this month.

‘Digi Tralee’, a business event for SMEs and startups takes place on Monday, May 15 from 8.15am to 9.15am in the Castle Street branch.

Guest speakers include local media business owner Ken Tobin, co-founder of HQ Tralee, who will speak about the advantages and pitfalls of social media alongside Startup Manager with Bank of Ireland Ita O’Sullivan who will talk in detail about the advantages of understanding your customer.

Speaking about the 16th National Enterprise Week, Frank Shaw, Head of Bank of Ireland Kerry, said; “Through Bank of Ireland’s National Enterprise Week programme we aim to help small and medium businesses in Ireland in practical ways and to mark the 16th successful programme we are proud to host a large number of events across the country. The theme, ‘Scaling Your Business’, aims to help SMEs showcase their products and services and connect them with like-minded mentors and entrepreneurs. I would encourage businesses across the country to get involved in the many events taking place from 12th to 19th May.”

Bank of Ireland’s National Enterprise Week aims to promote and drive business momentum for SMEs across a range of sectors including tourism, hospitality, agri, food, finance and export markets.

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