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Enterprise Tuesday 2009/2010 - Understanding customers' needs

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Frances Bycroft, enterprisetuesday.

This FREE series of lectures and networking continues on 27th October 2009 with Kell Ryan, Founding Member of Ryanair. He’ll be talking about the importance of understanding your customers needs in order to achieve and maintain business success.

Kell Ryan is a founding member of Ryanair, the largest low-cost airline in Europe. Ryanair was financed by and was the dream of Dr T.A.Ryan, Kell Ryan’s older brother. Kell worked at Ryanair from its conception, when the airline had only 50 employees until his retirement in 2004. In 1985 Ryanair carried 5000 passengers and nowadays they are Europe’s most successful low-cost airline with many millions of passengers every year.

Kell spent 24 years working for the Irish national airline Aer Lingus were he was responsible for all operations, passenger and other airline handling contracts at London Heathrow Airport. He headed the major and crucial transfer of Ryanair to the then little known airport of Stansted and has spent a number of years primarily promoting and marketing Ryanair within Europe.

He offers valuable insights into the success behind Ryanair and the importance of good customer service, training, marketing, sales, operations, and media communications.

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Starts at 6pm; Networking from 7:30pm

For further information, please email the Programme Manager, Frances Bycroft, at

This talk is part of the Enterprise Tuesday 2009/2010 series.

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