Longford/Westmeath Deputy Robert Troy and Micheal O’Leary pictured at the Ryanair Head Office.
RTE Radio 1 presenter Ms Olivia O’Leary has just been confirmed to MC the forthcoming ‘Business in the Midlands’ breakfast briefing with Michael O’Leary CEO Ryanair which is being organised by Longford/Westmeath Deputy Robert Troy on Friday, November 25 in the Mullingar Park Hotel.
Olivia has presented television and radio programmes over the years for both RTE and the BBC, including BBC Television’s ‘Newsnight’ and RTE’s ‘Prime Time’.
She does a weekly political column for RTE Radio I’s Drivetime. Two collections of her radio columns have also been published by O’Brien Press.
“We are absolutely delighted that Olivia has agreed to MC our event as I think she is an excellent broadcaster and presenter and will really add to the morning. Ticket sales have exceeded all expectations for this not to be missed networking opportunity for all businesses in Mullingar, Athlone and Longford," stated Deputy Troy.
Michael O’Leary is one of Ireland’s, if not Europe’s most successful entrepreneurs. A businessman of the highest calibre, who has won awards for the manner in which he runs his company and he is a familiar face in the corporate speaking circuit worldwide.
Mr O’Leary commented, “I am looking forward to the breakfast event in Mullingar. It’ll be ham and cheese Paninis and Lavazza coffees all round as I seek to persuade even more business people to fly Ryanair for low fares and frequent flights to Europe’s business centres.”
The 'Business in the Midlands' breakfast briefing takes place on Friday, November 25 at the Mullingar Park Hotel from 07:30am.
Tickets are still available for this ‘networking event of the year’ and cost only €20 per person or €200 for a table of 10. To book please contact Aideen Ginnell at Cullen Communications by email email@example.com or call 01 668 9099.
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