The Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick is to host a post- budget business breakfast which will discuss the 2014 Government budget and its impact on business. The event will be addressed by Pat McDonagh managing director of Supermacs, the most successful fast food chains in the country and who is also a Limerick hotelier.
Next Wednesday, business leaders and directors are invited to discuss the outcome of Budget 2014 after Minister Noonan sets out his final tough budget as part of the IMF EU bail out recovery programme.
Guest speakers will include Peter Ryan, a tax partner with Keogh Summers where his presentation will address the impact the Budget will have from a tax perspective.
Carl Widger, managing director of Widger Financial Planning will look at the relevance of pensions and address whether they are they still a good idea, before the keynote address from Supermacs supremo, Pat McDonagh.
With 110 restaurants throughout Ireland, Mr McDonagh is the head of one of the country’s most successful indigenous companies. He will speak on the traits and requirements to build a successful business.
The event runs next Wednesday October 16 from 7.15am to 9am at the Castletroy Park.
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