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Agri-Food Breakfast Briefing

Agri-Food Breakfast Briefing
February 09
11:50 2012
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Agri-Foods Business Advisors BDO will be hosting a breakfast conference later this month aimed at growth focussed SME’s in the Agri-Foods sector.  Speakers confirmed for the day include Glenisk, Enterprise Ireland as well as BDO themselves.

Over the past three months BDO have interviewed key stakeholders in the sector to pinpoint what are the key lessons learned (and the blockages) of those who have achieved growth. BDO will produce the result of this research which includes contributions from Pallas Foods, Nature’s Best, Rosderra, Mr. Crumb and many more in the sector, as well as Bord Bia and the Irish Exporters Association. BDO will also detail contributions from the legal, banking and retail sectors.

The event will be held in Dublin on the morning of the 29th of February and a light breakfast will be provided, with networking opportunities prior to the presentations. Attendance is free, however spaces are limited and the target audience is owners/managers of growth orientated SME’s in the Agri-food sector. If you would like to attend then call Gillian on +353 1470 0505 or visit www.BDO.ie for more details.


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