FRS Recruitment – Sponsor of Capital Limerick Lunch

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FRS Recruitment; established since 1980; is headquartered in the Mid-West and operates nationally with over ten recruitment offices nationwide, the largest number of any recruitment agency in Ireland.  We are delighted to sponsor the Capital Limerick lunch on Friday 3rd November 2017 as their ethos aligns with what we try to achieve daily.  As a co-operative organisation we aim to keep the candidate and client at the focus of what we do.

Capital Limerick is a voluntary and not-for-profit organisation and was set up in 2016 by a number of Dublin-based professionals and business people with ties to Limerick and the Mid-West region. Dublin is a great capital city and one that we are all proud of however; it is great to remind organisations of other centres of business around the country so that we maintain balance. As a relatively small country, we do not need to have such a heavy balance towards Dublin.  With excellent motorways across most of the country, it opens up cities such as Limerick and the Mid-West region to the business community.

Capital Limerick has done a great job on showcasing Limerick and the Mid-West region to the business community in Dublin and we are proud to be associated with such a well organised and professional organisation.

This year’s lunch will be held in the Intercontinental Hotel in Ballsbridge on Friday, 3rd November 2017. An excellent panel of speakers have been confirmed including Jim Power, Chief Economist, Broadcaster, Lecturer & Author; Pat Cox, Former President of the European Parliament; Paul Quigley, Founder of Newswhip Media Ltd; Niamh Briggs, Captain, Irish Rugby Team and Joe Little, Religious & Social Affairs Correspondent, RTE; and of course facilitated by Cathy O’Halloran, Mid-West Correspondent with RTE.

If you would like to discuss further, feel free to call FRS Recruitment on 061 207900 or 01 8340035. We look forward to attending and ongoing development of Limerick and the Mid-West region!

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