Dublin Airport have partnered with the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry as headline sponsor to their ‘Annual Networking Conference and Business Showcase’, taking place on Wednesday 12th September.
Well-known personality, David Meade will join over 700 businesses from across Northern Ireland, to give them an insight into, how to ‘Sell like a mind reader’ as key note speaker to the large-scale networking event.
Other speakers on the day include Helen Smyth of Facebook speaking on ‘The Growth of Mobile’ and Bernard Sloan of Whitewater Brewery on his award-winning success as a craft beer maker.
Now in its eighth year, the conference is designed to give companies the opportunity to meet, engage and participate in networking activities aimed at creating new business connections.
Stretching across two stages, the event also provides attendees with a number of seminars addressing current key business areas including sales, marketing and the future of work.
It will also feature a large market place with 100 companies showcasing their products and services.
Commenting on the conference, NI Chamber Chief Executive Ann McGregor said:
“The Annual Networking Conference and Business Showcase is an unmissable networking and business showcase event where like-minded business people gather to exchange ideas, explore opportunities and promote their products and services.”
“We are also delighted that David Meade is able to join us as a keynoter speaker at the event. David’s sought after corporate services have established his reputation as a cornerstone international speaker on how organisations can work better. I look forward to lots of business being done on the day and wish all who attend a productive time.”
The Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s ‘Annual Networking Conference and Business Showcase’ will take place at St George’s Market, Belfast from 08:30-13:00. To find out more about the event, click here.
Pictured above: David Meade (centre) pictured at Dublin Airport with NI Chamber Chief Executive Ann McGregor and Vincent Harrison, Managing Director of Dublin Airport.
7th September 2018