Waterford Chamber Skillnet, Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet, and County Tipperary Chamber Skillnet, three of the 70 Skillnet Ireland Business Networks nationwide, recently joined forces to host a special event designed to help businesses become more agile and competitive. Hosted in the picturesque surroundings of Mount Congreve Gardens in Waterford, the sold out 'Preparing for the Future: Strategies for Building a Resilient Business Toolkit’ conference brought together professionals and experts from various
Over 60 future leaders began their journey on the Waterford Chamber Regional Leaders Programme this week at an interactive opening session facilitated by Michael Stafford of The Chapter Coach and Futureneerz. The participants were joined by a number of the programme mentors and together they enjoyed Michael’s insights, networking opportunities and a delicious lunch at Faithlegg. Speaking to those gathered, Niall Harrington, Waterford Chamber President thanked Bausch + Lomb for their ongoing support
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SETU, Waterford Chamber, local employers, training providers, and support agencies joined together with Cartamundi to support employees in forging new career paths, following the closure announcement for the Waterford manufacturing plant after 45 years in operation. As part of the multi-agency support for the 234 Cartamundi staff, a career and training fair was recently held at SETU's Cork Road campus. The event was jointly organised by SETU, Waterford Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB),
Now in its seventh year, the Waterford Chamber Regional Leaders Programme continues to go from strength to strength and this year welcomes a number of new high profile leaders, including Prof Veronica Campbell, President SETU; former Ambassador Dan Mulhall and IDA Regional Director Brian McGee, among others. To date, the programme has seen over 500 people participate, creating a very powerful network of business leaders, who continue to engage through the alumni. This year’s programme begins in
The future of our business community is bright as over 50 participants on the Waterford Chamber Regional Leaders Programme graduated at a special event held in Faithlegg. Having completed the nine month mentoring programme, the graduates will now join an exclusive alumni of over 400, a very powerful network who will lead the charge in the development of Waterford in years to come. Hosting the event, Paul Nolan, Waterford Chamber President, thanked partners Bausch + Lomb and Waterford Chamber Skillnet for
Waterford Chamber has been shortlisted for six Chambers Ireland Awards and the category winners will be announced at a gala event on June 1st. The awards will be presented for excellence in eight individual categories with one Chamber also taking home the award for Chamber of the Year 2022, the title which was held by Waterford Chamber in 2021. According to Waterford Chamber CEO Gerald Hurley, “This is testament to the hard-work and commitment of the team and I am delighted to see our work recognised in
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The "Certificate in Strategic and Operational Management" was launched today by Waterford Chamber Skillnet, Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet, and Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Mobility & Supply Chain Skillnet in collaboration with South East Technological University (SETU). The initiative will focus on several topics, including strategic management of operations, project management, leadership for improved performance, cost efficiency, energy sustainability, logistical competence, and
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