In view of the developments in the Covid-19 situation globally, ETA has taken the decision to postpone the Annual General Meeting in Cork until May 2021. This year and for the first time ETA will have its 57th Annual Meeting digitally via web conference in July. The date will be announced shortly. Members will be sent updated news accordingly.

We are living in extraordinary times, and we do not know when things will return to normal.  Covid-19 has taken all of us by surprise and has changed the way of living and working for all of us for the foreseeable future.

ETA takes this opportunity to thank Mainport, our hosts, who have been working hard on the preparation for this meeting.

 

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