Wednesday, 17th January 2018
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With over 100 exhibitors, the Waterford Chamber Business Expo, sponsored by BMCI Insurance & Investments Ltd., takes place this Thursday, April 6th in Audi Waterford on the Cork Road and is set to be Chamber’s biggest networking event of the year.

Following on from the success of last year’s event, it’s not surprising that the exhibition space is now completely full and Waterford Chamber President Laurent Borla is encouraging all business people to come along on the day and network anyway.

“This is a free event for everyone to attend, starting at 4.30pm. We have over 100 businesses on show, our biggest turnout yet, and we are also expecting a large turn out from the business community. It’s rare you get a chance to promote your business to so many under one roof so even if you don’t have a stand, pop in and generate those all important sales leads anyway. ‘The Ultimate Business After Hours’ is the perfect opportunity to hand out your business card, network, meet new people and support local enterprise.”

This year, the Expo will again have a number of interesting features – WLR’s Teresanne O’Reilly will be broadcasting live, cocktails are being served by The Reg, free tea/coffee and snacks will be provided by Musgrave Marketplace and there will be plenty of surprises, giveaways and spot prizes along the way!

For more information, see http://www.waterfordchamber.ie or call Lynda Lawton on 051 311130.

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