NI Chamber networking conference welcomes world-class speakers

  • Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry is welcoming top speakers from Ryanair, Hostelworld Group, and more at its annual networking conference in September.

    The annual NI Chamber Networking Conference and Business Showcase is scheduled to take place this year on September 18th, with over 800 delegates crowding into the historic St George's Market area to hear the latest about what Northern Ireland's business has to offer the world.

    This year's event will welcome keynote speakers Kenny Jacobs, Chief Marketing Officer at Ryanair, and Cathy Thomson, Global Head of Customer Experience Management at Hostelworld Group. Additional firms confirmed speaking at the event include Google Digital Garage and local businesses such as Flo Lens, Mount Charles Group, and Seating Matters.

    The event is being sponsored by Dublin Airport, with support also from Belfast City Council, Electric Ireland, and The Open University. Leaders from the fields of travel and tourism will be present, so this event will help to showcase Northern Ireland's businesses on a global scale.

    NI Chamber's Chief Executive Ann McGregor said: "Our Annual Networking conference is one of the most popular events in the Northern Ireland business calendar. This year, it will place a particular focus on sales and marketing and the future of work, along with the trends and technologies which will shape both areas of business. We are delighted to have secured an outstanding line-up of speakers, who each have something new and valuable to offer attendees from every sector. This, combined with the business showcase, make it a must-attend event for any ambitious company."

    The event is free to attend for NI Chamber members, and is open to non-members who might be interested for £50. Head over to to register your interest and secure your spot at the event.

    Source: Written based on press release

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