Cork business brands unite for 2017 Chamber Annual Dinner

Leading Munster business hotel, The Montenotte Hotel, has announced its lead sponsorship of the Cork Chamber Annual Dinner 2017.

Tickets for the region’s most prestigious corporate event go on sale tomorrow at 9:30am on the Cork Chamber website, and it will be a fast sellout, such is the popularity of this key event.

“Cork Chamber Annual Dinner is the business event of the year so for the Montenotte Hotel, it was a natural fit to align directly with the event and provide lead sponsorship this year,” said Frankie Whelehan of the Montenotte Hotel.

Almost 1,000 business people, along with global, national and regional dignitaries and VIPs, are expected to attend the Annual Dinner on Friday, February 3, 2017.

Cork business brands unite for 2017 Chamber Annual Dinner

“It is really exciting to see an indigenous business brand, such as the Montenotte Hotel, sponsoring the most significant date in the Chamber corporate calendar,” said Conor Healy, CEO Cork Chamber.

“This sponsorship represents the opportunities that exist for both SMEs to large multinationals through Cork Chamber and we are delighted to work with the Montenotte Hotel and other sponsors on this flagship event.”


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