Tralee Chamber Kicks Off Autumn Series Of ‘Breakfast Briefings’

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Tralee Chamber Alliance kicked off its Autumn series of ‘Breakfast Briefings’ at The Rose Hotel on Thursday. Pictured on the day were AIB Tralee Branch Manager Stephen Stack, Tomas Griffin, President of Tralee ChamberNathan McDonnell; Paralympian Jordan Lee, Deputy Pa Daly, Mayor of Tralee Mikey Sheehy and Mark Sullivan of The Rose Hotel. Front; CEO of Tralee Chamber Colette O’Connor and Paralympian Madie Wilson-Walker . Photo By : Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD

Tralee Chamber Alliance kicked off its Autumn series of ‘Breakfast Briefings’ with a presentation from Paralympians Madie Wilson-Walker and Jordan Lee and the announcement of two new strategic partners to a capacity crowd at The Rose Hotel this morning.

Madie Wilson-Walker and Jordan Lee, two Paralympians based in Kerry, were the speakers for the Resilience themed morning.

Madie gave a powerful talk and presentation on her experiences as a world-class athlete and how she strives for success in everything she does.

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Madie commented; “When I didn’t make the cut, I accepted I didn’t jump high enough. I wasn’t good enough…this time. But I knew I would keep trying and go again. I knew I would succeed – never say can’t.”

Tralee Chamber Alliance continues to grow its membership with Nathan McDonnell, President of Tralee Chamber Alliance, announcing two new strategic partners – Corcoran’s Food Equipment as their new Hospitality Partner and the Bon Secours Hospital as their Medical Partner.

Colette O’Connor, Chief Executive of Tralee Chamber Alliance commented: “This morning was a fantastic success, we had a capacity attendance. Madie and Jordan are two unique individuals who serve as amazing role models to our young people here in Kerry. When Madie said “she felt Kerry is home”, it says a lot about the amenities we have to offer, the welcome we have and that such a connection has been formed on an International level”.

The Breakfast Briefing series is a key part of the membership offering to businesses connected with Tralee Chamber Alliance, where key speakers are invited in alongside local business and community representatives. The programme is sponsored by AIB, the official SME Strategic Partner of Tralee Chamber Alliance.

The next in the series of Tralee Chamber Alliance Breakfast Briefings will take place on Tuesday October 11th in association with Casey Stephenson and will focus on Succession Planning. Register your interest by emailing

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