Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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Barry Wright recently spoke to us at the weekly Connect Effect meeting. Barry who resides in Adamstown, Wexford is the owner of two businesses and works nationwide. His first business provides Safety Services and his second business provides Cost Management Services, both of which he is highly qualified for.

Barry Wright holds an MSc Degree in Occupational Safety & Health Management and a Diploma in Health & Safety at Work from UCD. Barry is the Managing Director of Wright Safety Services which provides a range of services including the provision of Safety Statements, various training courses and Risk Management services to industry.

Barry is also an Incorporated Financial Accountant, a Qualified Financial Advisor and a Member of the Irish Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management. As Managing Director of Wright Cost Management Services, he provides cost management and reduction services to companies, small, medium and large, across a range of business sectors. Let Wright Cost Management Services reduce your business and organisations bills by achieving the best rates.

For any queries regarding improving your business, please call Barry on: 087 2631917 and 053 92 40878 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Health & Safety) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Cost Management) or check out his website for more details at http://www.wrightsafety.ie and http://www.wcms.ie.

Connect Effect meets at the Waterford Crystal Leisure Centre, Cork Road, every Wednesday morning at 8 am. Guests and new members are welcome.

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