Wednesday June 3, 2020

'Grow Your Exporting Business' event supported by Post Logistics

The Sunday Business Post and Post Logistics have teamed up for an unmissable event

22nd January, 2017
The future is bright for your business with advice from the experts

SMEs are an essential part of the Irish economy and play an important role in our business ecosystem.

But how do you take the next steps in expanding beyond small enterprise?

The Sunday Business Post ‘Grow Your Exporting Business' - supported by Post Logistics - is an unmissable opportunity to get quality advice from leading industry experts in taking the next steps to a brighter business future.

The event will take place in the Gibson Hotel on the Wednesday February 15 where we look forward to welcoming you.

To register for a free attendance, please send your name, company name and contact details to [email protected]. As places are limited, please RSVP as soon as possible.

Date: Wednesday February 15 2017

Time: Registration/coffee from 7.30am with event from 8.00am-10.15am

Location: The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1, D01 X2P2

Event speakers will include:

Ian Kehoe: Editor, The Sunday Business Post

Ian Kehoe is an award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster, he is a former presenter and reporter with RTE’s Prime Time programme. He has twice been named as the Ireland’s Business & Economics Journalist of the Year. Kehoe has made a number of major documentaries for the state broadcaster RTE, including Namaland, Who’s Buying Ireland and The Great Irish Sell-Off.

Sue O’Neill: Chair of The Small Firms Association

Sue O'Neill is managing director of Shellcove, an Association Management Company (AMC), which she founded in 2004. O’Neill’s also works with academics in connecting SMEs and multinational organisations to drive innovation and collaborative research. In addition, she advises and mentors start-up companies. O’Neill previously served as a committee member of the Institute of Business Analysis & Consulting. She has been a member of the Small Firms Association since 1993 and has served on its National Council since 2004.

Liam O’Sullivan: Mails Operations Director, An Post

During his career with An Post Liam has held various senior managerial and project management positions, including Mail Processing Director and Director of Collection & Delivery Change Programmes and Operations. Liam took up his current position as Mails Operations Director with An Post in April 2009. Liam has overall responsibility for 7,000 An Post staff involved in the provision of all mails and parcels operations, collections, processing, transportation, distribution and delivery for An Post both nationally and internationally. Liam is responsible for the achievement of sustained world class performance levels whilst creating and ensuring that all automation, operations re-engineering, business excellence, cost and change strategies are implemented.

Elaine O’Regan: SME expert, Sunday Business Post

In recent years, journalist O'Regan has specialised in writing about small businesses - both established ventures and promising startups. She covers topics including business, management, industry, technology, jobs and regional reports.

About Post Logistics

Post Logistics from An Post is a high-quality, reliable, standardised freight forwarding and groupage service for SMEs exporting to the UK and Europe. Visit for a simpler, faster, reliable and better value freight forwarding service, log on today.

The Post Logistics service is provided in partnership with global logistics operator DB Schenker to open a reliable, simpler, faster and value for money corridor to the UK and Europe.

Post Logistics offer:

• Door-to-door pallet delivery service (1 to 7 pallets) at affordable rates,

• Next working day collection service throughout ROI for all orders placed before midnight,

• An easy-to-use online ordering, tracking and account management system,

• Best in class freight forwarding that suits your business needs,

• Harnessing the power of your Eircode to help your business.

For more information about Post Logistics visit

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