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"Leveraging Local Supports for Business Growth": A Fireside Chat and Networking Event in Clonmel

Clonmel Town Team, is excited to announce a pivotal event for the local business community: the "Leveraging Local Supports for Business Growth" networking breakfast. This innovative event will feature a fireside chat, delving into the tangible experiences of businesses that have thrived with the support of Clonmel's robust local resources.

Date: February 9th, 2024 Time: 8 am to 10 am Venue: Talbot Hotel, Clonmel Registration:via

Open to all business sectors, the event is a testament to the community's commitment to collective growth and support. Entrepreneurs and business owners will discover firsthand accounts of how local supports have propelled businesses to new heights, providing practical insights and inspiration.

The fireside chat will spotlight the real-world impact of local support structures, emphasizing the significant role they play in business stability and expansion. Attendees will leave not just with new connections but also with actionable knowledge of the resources available to aid their business journey in Clonmel and beyond.

With a comprehensive display from exhibitors like Regional Skills, Tipperary ETB,LEO and Skillnet, the event is an invaluable opportunity for networking and learning about the supports designed to foster business success.

Speaking in relation to the event, Clonmel Town Champion Noel Buckley said that “following on from the successful vacancy and dereliction evening hosted by the Town Team last November we wanted begin the New Year by affording businesses in the town the opportunity to network and become familiar with local supports that are available through the different organisations such as Tipperary County Council, the County Chamber, ETB and others”.

Mayor Richie Molloy, a member of the Town Team commented that “ in organising this event we are supporting the objectives of the Clonmel Town Centre First Action Plan and I would encourage the business community to attend, network and hear practical examples of what others are doing to sustain and grow their business”.

More information on the Clonmel Town Team and Clonmel Town Centre First Action Plan is available on


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