On 17 June the Saffron Business Forum held its first in-person networking event for over 12 months. Over 50 businessmen and women descended into Cargo by Vertigo to make new connections and revisit previous ones in a socially distanced and safe, outdoor environment.
On the night, the Forum welcomed five new members to its network including Hill Vellacott, Marlborough Place Ltd, Clyde Shanks, Duneane Asset Management and The County Garage. The county board was represented on the night by Donal Murphy, County Treasurer.
Guests were afforded the opportunity to hear from Antrim Senior Hurler, Neil McManus and Senior Football Manager, Enda McGinley. The Saffron Business Forum also made a formal presentation to the Saffron Gael co-founder, John (Curly) McIlwaine to support the continued success of the Saffron Gael.
There was a fantastic buzz throughout and guests left the event with much excitement for the next Saffron Business Forum event, details of which will be revealed soon.