2010 goals theme for business network meeting
– and achieving – goals for 2010 will be the theme of a talk by
former Ireland West Airport chief executive Robert Grealis, at the January
meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC).
meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 6th, at 11am, in GMIT’s
Castlebar campus. The move to the GMIT has taken place due to the large
numbers attending recent meetings, with each of the last three get-togethers
attracting in excess of 40 people.
is a business network run by businesspeople for businesspeople. “The
talk will be to outline how goals should be set and monitored, and
also to challenge people about their goals. It will be an inter-active
discussion and will hopefully prove useful to businesspeople who want
to reach their potential in 2010,” said Robert, who is now a business
consultant with The Discovery Partnership and Regional Director for
Enterprise Builder, a new business mentoring initiative from Bank of
event is completely free of charge, thanks to sponsorship from O’Brien’s
Sandwich Bar in Castlebar, and the aim is to let businesspeople make
contacts, pitch their business, and get assistance on business issues
meetings start at 11am and last between one hour and 90 minutes. There
will also be networking opportunities.
you have to do is turn up on the day. More details on the Mayo Open
Coffee Club are available on http://mayo-open-coffee-club.
org/, or you can email any of the organisers:
Chris B Kerndter (firstname.lastname@example.org), Robert Grealis (Robert@
thediscoverypartnership.com); Maria Staunton (Maria.Staunton@gmit.ie), or Liam Horan (email@example.com
businesses, people with the germ of an idea, and established businesses
all find the Open Coffee Club a useful vehicle to get in touch with
what’s happening in the business world around Mayo.