As part of the 16th National Enterprise Week, which runs until May 19th, Bank of Ireland are hosting a special event for local schools this Friday from 10am to 12:30pm in The Abbey Hotel, Roscommon.
The bond trade event, which will feature all 10 Schools in the greater Roscommon Town area, is an alternative and diverse way to educate students on the financial markets via a competitive team game of stocks, shares, equities, cash and bonds. The table quiz style game will feature a large number of teams competing against each other under different trading scenarios. Bernard Walsh, Head of Pensions and Investments, Bank of Ireland will speak at the event.
Speaking about the 16th National Enterprise Week, Joann Hosey, Head of Bank of Ireland Roscommon, said;
“Through Bank of Ireland’s National Enterprise Week programme we aim to help small and medium businesses in Ireland in practical ways and to mark the 16th successful programme we are proud to host a large number of events across the country. The theme, ‘Scaling Your Business’, aims to help SMEs showcase their products and services and connect them with like-minded mentors and entrepreneurs. I would encourage businesses across the country to get involved in the many events taking place”
Bank of Ireland’s National Enterprise Week aims to promote and drive business momentum for SMEs across a range of sectors including tourism, hospitality, agri, food, finance and export markets. This years’ national initiative will give small and medium sized businesses across the country the opportunity to network with fellow entrepreneurs at events along the theme of ‘Scaling Your Business’.
Details of the events taking place nationwide can be viewed here.