“Economic Recovery - Progress in The Regions” will feature presentations from business, Government and Local Government leaders on the current state of the Irish economy and how Regions such as the Mid West can play a leading role in its eventual recovery.
Speakers will include Tara McCarthy, Director, Food & Beverages, Bord Bia (“The role of the agri-food industry in Ireland's economic recovery”), Michael Vaughan, President, Irish Hotels Federation ("The importance of the Tourism Industry to economic recovery in the Regions"), Conor Ryan, CEO, Arrabawn Co-Op (“The role of the Co-Operative Model in economic recovery”), and Niall Cussen, Senior Adviser, Department of the Environment, Community & Local Government (“The role of Government in Regional Economic Recovery”).
Cllr. Gerard Darcy Cathaoirleach of the Mid-West Regional Authority explained that the upcoming conference will enable key policy makers and implementation bodies at a local, regional and national level to share their expertise on the progress being made regarding regional economic recovery and how balanced regional economic development can be achieved in the future.
“The event will be attended by industry officials and members of local authorities, public and private sector agencies, semi-state and civil society organisations and research institutions involved in the promotion of business and development in Ireland. It provides a wonderful opportunity for those involved or interested in the economic development of North Tipperary, Limerick and Clare to hear from representatives of the some of the key sectors involved in the Region’s economic development,”
Registration for the upcoming MWRA Conference takes place on the evening of Thursday, 28th February. The Conference will be officially opened on the morning of Friday, 1st March 2013 by Alan Kelly TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport.
Further details can be obtained from the Mid-West Regional Authority on Tel: (067) 33197; Email: email@example.com, or Web: www.mwra.ie.