Head of Local Enterprise Michael Tunney.Members of the public are being urged to come along to a fantastic FREE business showcase in the Mount Errigal Hotel on November 28th.An amazing array of businesses from across the county will assemble for a networking opportunity and trade fair.The business showcase is the latest Doing Business in Donegal event organised by Donegal Local Enterprise Office (LEO) and the vast range of trade stands confirmed for the day means there is certain to be something of interest there for everyone. Head of Local Enterprise Michael Tunney told Donegal Daily, “Not only is this an event that is free to the public, it is also free to businesses and interest was so keen from Donegal’s businesses that we have a waiting list of people hoping they might still get a last minute slot.He added that the lucky businesses that had booked quickly and have been allocated spaces at the event, range across a wide spectrum.“There are often fairs in the county that might specialise on one particular thing – like food, weddings, house and home or crafts.“But this will showcase all those and more in one place. We really will have a superb range of Donegal businesses offering a whole range of services all under one roof for the day. “With free admission we’re hoping that people will avail of the opportunity to come along.According to Mr Tunney, the businesses on display at the showcase in the Mount Errigal are typical of the type of enterprises that fuel the economy of Donegal.He also said the ‘Doing Business in Donegal’ event will be a great opportunity for members of the public to get to meet and interact with the people behind many of the county’s small and medium enterprises.Tunney said, “Like last year the early part of the day will be centred on networking among the businesses themselves, but from 12 noon until 5pm the doors will be open to the public.“Everyone is welcome to come in, view the stands and hopefully even do some business with some of the people there. The Doing Business in Donegal Showcase will take place in the Mount Errigal Hotel on Friday, November 28 with free admission and doors open to the public from 12 noon until 5pm.DONEGAL PUBLIC ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND FREE BUSINESS SHOWCASE AND TRADE FAIR was last modified: November 19th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessfreeLocal EnterpriseMichael TunneynewsshowcaseTrade Fair
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