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A host of Ireland’s best known figures who have excelled in their respective careers will descend upon Kilkenny for a motivational talk evening titled ‘Creating Success’. The event will take place in Hotel Kilkenny on Monday, February 19th.

The line-up of high calibre speakers for the event, include; Solicitor Gerald Kean, Founder of Taxback Terry Clune, Entrepreneur, 2011

Presidential Candidate Sean Gallagher along with CEO of State Street Cathal Smyth and Met Eireann’s Evelyn Cusack.

‘Creating Success’ has been organised by the ever dynamic community of Kells, Co Kilkenny, speaking following the announcement, Kevin O’Neill said "We are really looking forward to bringing this event to Kilkenny. Our speakers have all excelled in their individual lines of work and this is an excellent chance for people to spend an evening in the company of Ireland’s finest leaders and achievers."

The self-empowerment talk will be presented by local Kilkenny and Carlow radio host, KCLR 96 FM’s John Keane. All speakers, who have generously donated their time for the night, will take to the stage to discuss their journeys in the rise to the top of their respective fields and the lessons learned along the way. They will provide key insights into the principles of achievement and success.

Taking place in Hotel Kilkenny on Monday, February 19th 2018, 7.30pm, tickets cost just €35.00 and are available from http://www.creatingsuccess.ie

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