IoD to run "Business for Punks" Young Directors Event this month

  • The founder of the Good Vibrations Record Label, Terri Hooley will be speaking at the “Business For Punks”, which is happening later this month which will be sponsored by Barclays, taking place at KPMG Belfast on the 22nd January.

    Terri will be offering business insights in the event hosted by the Institute of Directors’ Young Directors Forum. Terri has been responsible for launching the careers of multiple local bands, guiding them to make their mark on the international music scene.

    On the day of the event, Terri will be joined by a discussion panel, John D’Arcy, National Director of The Open University in Ireland and Charlene Hegarty, Talent Development and Projects Co-Ordinator at Belfast Music Hub, the Oh Yeah Centre.

    “Northern Ireland has produced numerous entrepreneurs throughout recent decades, but few have a story quite like Teri Hooley’s…we very much look forward to hearing more of his story and those of our other speakers, as we seek to gain further insights into entrepreneurship and the music industry”, positively commented, Kirsty McManus, National Director, IoD NI.

    For more information regarding this event, or to book space email: This event is free to attend and will run from 5:30pm-7:30pm on January 22nd.

    SOURCE: Business For Punks Press Release

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