The European Investment Plan – What’s in it for the SE?

Europe Direct
Event Information

Date: 6 Oct 2016
Time: 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
Europe Direct Centre: Waterford Library
Location: Event Centre

Event Description

The Waterford Europe Direct Information Centre in association with Waterford Chamber of Commerce are delighted to present a learn at lunch time session: 

The European Investment Plan and Economic Policies – What’s in it for the South East’s SMEs and entrepreneurs?  14444880_1124769604224931_2342052654688937501_o-1

Thursday 6 October 12:45pm – 2pm in Central Library, Lady Lane.

Are you an SME or an entrepreneur with an idea but need funding?

  • Would you like access to major investors throughout Europe?
  • Would you like to find out about this new investment friendly environment, supporting investors and entrepreneurs with good ideas?
  • Do you want to access support for Irish SMEs on how to benefit from the Investment Plan?

If the answer is yes, then don’t miss out on this Learn at Lunch time session on the European Investment Plan with key note speakers:

Patrick O’Riordan, European Semester Officer, European Commission Representation in Ireland & Loretta O’Sullivan Chief economist with the Bank of Ireland

Nick Donnelly, Waterford Chamber CEO will close the proceedings summing up the importance of giving local businesspeople the tools to access available funding opportunities.

This is a FREE Event with lunch included. Places are limited. BOOK HERE (Via Eventbrite)

We all know that there are plenty of great ideas that can create jobs and sustain growth in our regions but sourcing finance to get them off the ground can be a problem.

That is why, the Investment Plan for Europe aims to generate at least €315 billion of funding for projects in key strategic areas to get more people back to work and to stimulate economic and social progress. The plan is already showing results, with approved projects in 26 EU countries, including Ireland, expected to trigger more than €115 billion of new investment, and many more Irish SMEs can benefit from the initiative.

For more information you can contact Sinead at