Date: 03/06/2020 Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Venue: Online, via GoToWebinar
Enterprise Ireland is the Government body responsible for promoting the development of Irish exports globally, and is recognised as an innovative and proactive driver of employment growth across the country.
Fine Grain Property, which owns close to 1 million square foot of workspace housing over 7,000 employees across Ireland, is innovating to expand its popular modular workspace community from Westpark Shannon to its Plassey Business Campus in Limerick. In this flexible modular office space, small and medium sized businesses can avail of the services and flexibility they need, whether as a start-up, a project team, or a Covid-19 short term office requirement.
Recently, Enterprise Ireland and Shannon Chamber of Commerce have announced plans for a Future Mobility Campus which promotes collaboration between some of the world’s top autonomous driving specialists within the Shannon Free Zone, where Fine Grain Property owns the 40 acre Westpark Campus, home to Enterprise Ireland's regional office.
Join us Wednesday 3rd June at noon Irish time for perspectives on strategies to address the challenges and opportunities facing exporters in Ireland, as businesses resume full operations.
Julie Sinnamon Chief Executive Officer
Enterprise Ireland, a government agency responsible for the growth of Irish-owned businesses in global markets. Julie has considerable experience in a variety of industry sectors, most notably the food sector, where she has worked directly with some of Ireland’s best-known food brands, from their originating idea, right through to globally trading multi-national food businesses.
Julie’s driving ambition is for Irish-owned industry to become a powerhouse of job creation in Ireland, resulting in rising prosperity in towns and cities all across Ireland. In pursuit of this objective, Julie is mobilising all Enterprise Ireland resources and harnessing the power of external stakeholders and partners, into a cohesive effort to build more Irish companies of international scale.
This is a great opportunity to engage with Julie in which will be her first lunch webinar.