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Thomond Park will welcome Business Conference Thomond Park will welcome Business Conference


Thomond Park will welcome Business Conference



Pictured: Colm O’Brien Motivation. Savoy Hotel, Limerick. Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene/Fusionshooters Thomond Park will welcome Business Conference

Thomand Park will see up to hundred SME Business Owners, Senior Managers and Self employed people attend a conference later this month to help mid-west businesses go from good to great.

 Well known Limerick businessman, Colm O’Brien will present a one-day seminar entitled ‘Take-Off’ on Friday May 20th at Thomond Park, Limerick. The day has been designed specifically for people at the coal face of business to teach key steps and strategies which will help them build successful businesses and create positive change in their careers allowing them ‘Take-Off’

 “As business people we often get so caught up in all the ‘mission critical’ work that we don’t take time to look at planning for the longer term – the business future success and growth,”

 “If we want our businesses to succeed, it’s essential we do this. And that’s what’s on offer at this seminar,” explained Mr O’Brien whose successful nationwide business, Carambola, employs over 100 people, supports a further 80 jobs and produces 23,000 individual school lunches every day.

 The seminar will provide attendees with the opportunity to step out from their busy schedules and get clarity on how they can successfully grow and develop their business so that it can really ‘Take-Off’

“I will teach people the key elements I used to create the success that is Carambola toady. These key elements will help all attendees to create remarkable change in how they are succeeding in their professional life,” continued Mr O’Brien.

 Full details on the programme can be found on or by texting TAKEOFF to 0876267651

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.