Ireland's 24 Hour Economy

On Thursday, 11 March at 11am, via MS Teams, SFA in partnership with Ibec will hold a seminar on the night-time economy.

The recently launched Programme for Government seeks to develop innovative approaches to create a vibrant, diverse, and sustainable night-time economy in Ireland. The recognition by the coalition Government that the night-time economy in our towns and cities is an opportunity for economic and social development should spur all businesses to explore and exploit avenues within this sector of the economy.

As we rebuild from the damaging economic effects of rolling Covid restrictions and closures now is the time for businesses operating or servicing the night-time economy to define the supports, regulatory changes and infrastructure investment needed to ensure the economic wellbeing of businesses open between 6pm and 6am.

Delegates will hear about international initiatives fostering the night-time economy, gain insights on the economic contribution of this sector and hear from businesses operating and servicing the night-time economy. Delegates will also be able to share their views and opinions on the future of Ireland’s night-time economy.

If you are in the experience economy, cultural and leisure activities, cleaning, transport, or health and personal services this event is not tome missed.

Register here.

For further information please contact

Read SFA Better Business magazine’s latest article “Rewrite the Night” examining the importance of the night-time economy.

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