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26/10 Cork Seminar Agenda

Demystifying the Chinese Opportunity for Ambitious Irish Companies

The Ireland China Business Association is delighted to bring you a Sino-Irish seminar focused on educating and inspiring ambitious Irish companies on the business opportunities that are presented by the Chinese market.

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Date: October 26th, 2017

Location: Republic of Work, 12 South Mall St, Centre, Cork

Time: Breakfast Reception at 8.30am, kick off at 9:00am

MC: Ms. Susie Horgan, Managing Director, Springboard PR & Marketing and ‘Cork Businesswoman of the Year’

 

Agenda:

9.00am: Ms. Susan Barrett, Chairperson, Ireland China Business Association –  Opening Remarks

9.05am: Cllr. Fergal Dennehy, Deputy Lord Mayor of Cork – Welcome

9.15am: Ms. Susie Horgan, Managing Director, Springboard PR & Marketing – Introduction

9.20am: Mr. Alan Clayton, Head of People Development, SOSV – ‘What’s it REALLY like working with 200+ startups from 50+ countries inside the great firewall?’

9.35am: Mr. Joe Perrott, CEO, Remote Signals – ‘Designed in Cork, Made in China’ 

9.50am: Ms. Marian Kinsella, Head of Business Development, TransferMate Global Payments – ‘Irish Fintech Assisting Companies Doing Business in China’

10.05am: Mr. DC Cahalane, Founder and CEO, Republic of Work – ‘Growing Global – the challenges and opportunities for Irish business in China and beyond’

10.20am: Mr Barra Cryan, Senior Treasuey Manager, Bank of Ireland Global Markets –  Trade with China – BOI supports & insights’

10.30am: Ms. Catherine Grennell-Whyte, Manager, Finnair Ireland – ‘Fly the shortcut to Asia’

10.40am: Questions and Answers – Audience will get the chance to ask questions in person or through Twitter using #IrelandChina17

10.55am: Closing Remarks

 

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