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BIM driving leadership and skills in the seafood sector

7th April, 2019
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Jim O’Toole, chief executive, BIM (right), attends a workshop with Propel participants in Kildare; David McKernan, founder, Java Republic (standing) was key speaker at the event

Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s seafood development agency, is behind two new programmes aimed at driving growth within the seafood sector.

The Horizon Leadership Programme, launched in September of last year, is designed to deliver advanced business and leadership training within the sector. The first programme involved nine seafood business leaders across the catching, aquaculture and processing sectors. Combined, they have a cumulative turnover of €180 million.

Participants on the programme initially attended...

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