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The countdown is on for Waterford’s biggest networking event of the year as Waterford Chamber gear up for their annual Business Expo.

'The Ultimate Business After Hours’, which is sponsored by BMCI Insurance & Investments Ltd., will take place on Thursday, April 19th at George Corbett Motors on the Cork Road from 4.30pm to 7.30pm and it is free for the public to attend.

Stop by and join in the fun as local businesses put their best foot forward and showcase their fantastic services. There will be giveaways, fairytale characters, a chance to meet Olympic athlete Thomas Barr and Munster rugby star Jack O’Donoghue and much much more.

WLR’s Teresanne O’Reilly will be broadcasting live throughout the day and Waterford Chamber President Paul Nolan says it’s definitely a date for the diary.

"Promoting our members and facilitating networking opportunities is to the core of what we do at Waterford Chamber. The Expo is the ideal chance for smart businesses to showcase all they have to offer and feedback from the previous years indicates that a lot of business is done at this event. It’s fun, it’s relaxed and it’s a great way to make new sustainable contacts and generate those all important sales leads.

"We are delighted to have the support of BMCI Insurance & Investment Ltd for the fifth year running and of course also the backing of a great team at George Corbett Motors. We would encourage everyone to stop by on the day and make the most of the Expo experience."

The Business Expo is open to both Chamber members and non-members to attend and exhibition stands are just €125+VAT for members, which includes the provision of a pod table.

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

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