24 May 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

As part of last Friday’s visit to Co Monaghan, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D. launched ‘BorderBizcamp’, a day of networking and learning organised by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs.
The launch took place in Combilift where the Minister attended a business seminar (see story elsewhere.)
Paul Bond from Bond Safety and Annmarie McHugh, DKIT are two members of the enthusiastic and talented team that is organising the event, along with Martin McVicar who will be one of the many knowledgeable and inspirational speakers that have agreed to share their experience.
The BorderBizcamp will take place on Saturday, 16th June in the M:TEK Building, Armagh Road, Monaghan and will run from 9.45am – 4.45pm.
Launching the event, Minister Bruton said:
“A central part of the Government’s plan for jobs and growth is creating an environment in which more businesses start-up, grow and create jobs. The Government’s Action Plan for Jobs contains a number of measures aimed at assisting people seeking to start a business.
However as well as Government action, there is a key role for businesses and communities in helping and encouraging start-up businesses. I am delighted to launch BorderBizcamp, a great example of …

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