Keane, Coghlan and Cusack announced as guest speakers at Cork Business Breakfast Event

March 25th, 2016 12:21 PM

By Southern Star Team

Current Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane.

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Stellar line-up for Bord Gáis Energy’s Cork Business Breakfast Event, Winning in Business, on April 20th

FORMER Manchester United midfielder and current Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane, as well as Fiona Coghlan and Dónal Óg Cusack, will be guest speakers at Bord Gáis Energy’s Cork Business Breakfast Event, Winning in Business, on April 20th.

As Bord Gáis Energy announced the launch of its first ever Cork Business Breakfast, it was revealed that Irish soccer legend Roy Keane, former Ireland ladies rugby captain Fiona Coghlan, and all-Ireland winning Cork hurler and current Clare selector Dónal Óg Cusack will make up the special guest panel.  

The conference will take place at the Clarion Cork City on Wednesday, April 20th, and will offer a range of stimulating key note addresses, presentations and interactive question and answer sessions.

Keane, Coghlan and Cusack will draw on their own experiences in top-level high performance sport and discuss their leadership lessons. The trio will share their advice and insights on how to attract, develop and manage top talent during an interactive panel session that is promised to engage and inspire business attendees.

The line-up of expert speakers also includes motivational expert Enda McNulty and Director of Executive Education at the Irish Management Institute, Dr Colm Foster.  Bord Gáis Energy Chief Operating Officer, Dave Kirwan will also speak at the conference, which will be hosted by UTV Ireland’s Alison Comyn.

Bord Gáis Energy’s Cork Business Breakfast will run from 8am – 11am on Wednesday, April 20th. To learn more about the conference or to register for a ticket please visit

Tickets are priced at €129 per person including breakfast and light refreshments. Bord Gáis Energy business customers will receive one complimentary ticket.

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