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Economic opportunities and challenges for Limerick and Mid-West explored at Capital Limerick lunch in Dublin.
Pictured from left: former President of the European Parliament, Pat Cox, Jim Power, Economist, Niamh Briggs, Irish Women's Rugby Captain, Clair Hayes, founder Capital Limerick, RTE’s Mid-West Correspondent, Ms. Cathy Halloran, Paul Quigley NewsWhip CEO and Joe Little, RTE Correspondent at the InterContinental Hotel, Ballsbridge.
The economic opportunities and challenges for Limerick and the Mid-West in the post-Brexit world were debated by an expert panel of speakers at the second Capital Limerick autumn lunch in Dublin today. Limerick’s former President of the European Parliament, Pat Cox, highlighted several advantages of the region when compared with the pressures “ inside the M50 ”.
With the theme “ Unlocking Regional Growth ”, he was joined by economist Jim Power and NewsWhip CEO, Paul Quigley, in exploring the topic before an audience of over 250 people, mostly Dublin-based Limerick people, at the InterContinental Hotel, Ballsbridge. Other speakers included RTE Correspondent, Joe Little, who hails from Limerick, while the panel discussion was chaired by RTE’s Mid-West Correspondent, Ms. Cathy Halloran.
Picture Sean Curtin True Media.