Anton Savage will host the #Believe event at the Louth County Museum next Thursday, the showpiece event of Louth’s Local Enterprise Week.
Taking place from the 6th to the 10th of March, the week is jam packed with free educational and networking events and just a little magic too. Broadcaster and writer Savage, formerly of Today FM, will interview Niamh and Oisin Barry – the duo behind The Irish Fair Door Company.
“As two self-employed business owners, they lost everything in the recession,” Louth’s Head of Enterprise Thomas McEvoy explains. “No one would have blamed them for walking away in defeat. But they developed a new business, and they focused on how they and their audience could ‘Believe’ in their product and they turned their fortunes around.
“It’s a story of real highs and real lows, a story that you really have to hear for yourself,” McEvoy said.
The free evening time show is also a networking event and a great opportunity to meet new people and expand your business network – and it will also celebrate the achievements of local entrepreneurs.
The Louth winners of the National Enterprise Awards will be announced at the County Museum. Savage will interview each winner about their business and plans for the future so that the audience can get to know them.
“The event will start and finish with drinks and light refreshments and plenty of opportunities for networking” McEvoy concluded. “But places are limited and will book out fast. Register now by visiting www.LocalEnterprise.ie/Louth or call the team 042 932 4185.”
#Believe is just one of the 12 free business events during Local Enterprise Week. Check out the full schedule on www.LocalEnterprise.ie/Louth.