Empowering your growth with Confident Communicating


The North East Business Academy is now 2 years old and to celebrate they will be hosting a networking event (“Empowering your growth with Confident Communicating”) at Creative Spark, Dundalk on Monday 18th November from 6-8 pm.

They are also delighted to welcome Mr Feargal Mc Cormack of PKF-FPM, who will talk about “Empowering your Team – sharing the PKF-FPM experience”. Feargal has just recently completed his term as President of Chartered Accountants Ireland.

As the founder and Managing Director of the leading private professional accountancy practice PKF-FPM, Feargal is recognised nationally as a leading figure in the field of professional accounting. He is also a widely recognised and respected business mentor and advisor. Feargal’s business was set up in 1991 and now employs over 120 across 5 offices.

They will also have Sinead Lunny of Public Speaking NI, who will talk about “Confident Communicating”.

Sinead started her career as a courtroom lawyer for many years practising predominantly Criminal and Family Law, being a voice for those who were unable to use their own. She now runs Public Speaking NI. By using evidence-based tips and techniques and by exploring the mechanics of how we communicate via interactive and practical examples, her training is unique, fun and wholly original.

Tickets for this event cost €10.00 each. All proceeds being donated to The Birches Alzheimer Day Centre, Dublin Road, Dundalk.

Tickets available now.

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