Tickets for Chamber’s Michael O’Leary event sell-out in record time

News of Ryanair Breakfast event spread on Twitter

News that Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce is to host a Breakfast Connections event featuring the renowned Ryanair boss, Michael O’Leary, spread so quickly on twitter that tickets sold-out in record time prompting an extension to the initial capacity and release of more tickets.

Michael O’Leary will be in the capital for the event at the Balmoral Hotel on 7th October expected to be attended by over 150 Edinburgh business people.

His distinctive style is clearly evident in the biography information that has been supplied for the event:

Born in a stable in 1961, he was a boy genius, who excelled both academically and in sports. Having represented Ireland at bog snorkelling and flower arranging, he graduated from Trinity College in Dublin as soon as they could get rid of him. He became another boring KPMG accountant until divine inspiration sentenced to him to lifelong servitude in the airline business, as he is manifestly unsuitable for employment in any properly functioning industry.

David Birrell, Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce explains: “We are delighted that our members have the chance to get an insight into Michael O’Leary’s business approach. We were overwhelmed with the immediate response to the event with tickets going quicker than for any other event as word spread on social media. It is testament to the unique charisma of the Ryanair supremo. We always aim to put on events that will spark the imagination of our members.”

This is the 100th event that the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce will have hosted so far this year.


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