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Prosper March 22nd

Eamonn Sayers, GEC Centre Manager

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 from 10:30 to 11:00 (IST)

Prosper March 22nd

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The Guinness Enterprise Centre is delighted to bring you our third Prosper Kerry event as part of the Ring of Kerry Cycle weekend in Killarney.


Our mission for Prosper Kerry is to develop a network of support among Kerry's business diaspora to enhance prosperity in Kerry through co-operation, knowledge sharing, creativity, inspiration and a stronger entrepreneurial ecosystem.


At Prosper Kerry, we’ll hear from Kerry start-ups developing jobs in the county; we’ll hear from Kerry SciTech promoting jobs in the county as well as the work of Kerry County CEO Moira Murrell. In addition, we’ll be joined by Ed Harty, CEO of Dairymaster, employing more than 350 people at its global headquarters in Causeway, County Kerry. We shall also hear from some leading CEOs participating in the Ring of Kerry Cycle the following day.


Prosper Kerry was developed by The Guinness Enterprise Centre in partnership with Kerry County Council, IT Tralee, the Kerry LEO office and Enterprise Ireland, along with the Kerry working group based in Dublin.


Prosper Kerry encourages you to promote the Ring of Kerry Cycle to all your cycling friends and colleagues. Over 9,000 cyclists participated in 2018 and in the process raised €1.5million for 48 charities - not just the 10 main beneficiaries.

Missed out on previous events? Well check out our highlights video here


Light refreshments will be provided so come along on July 6th, 6.30pm to see how you can support the Kingdom! Ciarraí Abú!

@ProsperKerry  #ProsperKerry

Do you have questions about Prosper March 22nd? Contact Eamonn Sayers, GEC Centre Manager


Eamonn Sayers, GEC Centre Manager

Eamonn has managed the Guinness Enterprise Centre since 2012. The GEC is home to over 90 resident start-ups employing over 400 people on-site and more than 130 co-working start-ups. The GEC has partnered with the leading enterprise centres outside Dublin as well as the leading universities across the world. Indeed, it is recognised by UBI Global as the Best Business Incubator (University Collaborating) in the World.

Stakeholders include Diageo, Enterprise Ireland, Dublin City Council and Dublin Business Innovation Centre who manage the centre.

In this role, Eamonn works with entrepreneurs, start-ups / early stage companies, state development agencies, not-for-profit organisations and commercial businesses in the areas of strategy, business planning, general management, fundraising and investment.

Early in his career, Eamonn worked with the National Safety Council where he introduced the hard-hitting road safety advertisements of the 2000s. He also worked with the IRFU and was responsible for developing Irish rugby’s strategic plan ‘Building on Solid Foundations 2008-2012’ which coincided with the most successful time in Irish rugby history.

Eamonn is the founder of World Sports Team which provides support to sports people who suffer catastrophic injury in sport.

He holds a Bachelor of Business Studies from the University of Limerick and a Masters of Business Administration from UCD Smurfit School of Business.

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