Last chance to attend the SFA Annual Lunch 2018

We are delighted to announce David McWilliams economist, author, journalist, documentary-maker and broadcaster will address this year's SFA Annual Lunch on Friday, 16 November at 12.30pm in the Round Room of the Mansion House in Dublin.  


David is ranked 10th most influential economist in the world. He has devoted his entire professional life to the objective of making economics as widely available and easily understandable on as many platforms and to as many people as possible –and is having a laugh doing it.


On Friday, David will speak about his new book Renaissance Nation the story of how the Pope’s Children rewrote the rules for Ireland. In four decades, bookended by the visits of the pope in September 1979 and August 2018, Ireland has managed to become one of the wealthiest and most progressive nations in the world. At the event David will examine how small businesses have contributed to this success.


The SFA Annual Lunch, sponsored by Bank of Ireland is the perfect opportunity to bring together your guests, special customers, clients and valued employees. We would be delighted to see you there. 

Book your place today and join over 500 guests, including small business owner-managers, politicians, senior government officials and media for the biggest business lunch of the year for small business.


For any queries please contract Claire Gilroy, at or 01 605 1528.

We look forward to welcoming you to this important event supporting the small business community.

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