Looking to the post-Brexit future

Celebrating 25 years of speaking up for small and medium businesses, the ISME Annual Conference will focus firmly on what happens next.

11th November, 2018
Announcing the launch of ISME’s 2018 Annual Conference Think 25 – Looking Ahead for Irish Business, from left: Elizabeth Fallon, account manager, The Sunday Business Post; Neil McDonnell, chief executive, ISME; John Popolizio, chief executive, Sovy and conference sponsor; and Alison Cowzer of East Coast Bakehouse and keynote speaker

This year’s ISME Annual Conference will mark 25 years of the association as a strong voice for Ireland’s small and medium enterprises.

But while there will be some celebration of this significant milestone, the focus will be on the future, under the theme Think 25 – Looking Ahead for Irish Businesses.

As the independent voice for 10,500 members nationwide and host to more than 500 owner-managers and directors at the conference in Dublin’s...

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