NI Chamber conference to host a blend of digital and business leaders

  • Transformative leadership and digital innovation are set to be the key topics of conversation at NI Chamber’s upcoming Annual Conference. 

    The NI Chamber conference, which is supported by headline sponsor Dublin Airport and supporting sponsor, Belfast City Council, takes place online on Wednesday 15 September between 10am-12 noon. It is free to attend and business people from across Northern Ireland are invited to register now.

    Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from Jason Spencer, Business Development Director at ITV, who will share transferable insights into innovation and growth. 

    Meanwhile  Colin McClean, Founder and Managing Director of coffee chain Bob & Berts will discuss the company’s growth story and how it has embraced digital diversification.

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    There will also be an opportunity to hear from Helen Houghton and Jo-Ann Feely, AMS who will cover the emerging trends in talent acquisition and what is now important to the workforce. 

    This will also be complemented by insights from Celine Doyle, Head of Human Resources at Dublin Airport, who will discuss trends in hybrid working and what they mean for organisations which prioritise talent retention. 

    The event will be hosted by David Meade, who will share practical tips on how to network and build meaningful connections. David will also help attendees put these tips into practice in the post-event Networking Café.

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    Encouraging people working in all sectors across Northern Ireland to make the most of the opportunity to listen and learn, Louise Turley, Head of Campaigns and Events at NI Chamber said: “There are emerging trends that business people in Northern Ireland must get to grips with, if we are to maintain a competitive edge. This event is about uncovering what some of these mean practically for companies and employees here.” 

    Ms.Turely also added: “Our speakers are trailblazers in digital innovation and have experience of leading a diverse range of businesses through change.”

    NI Chamber’s Annual Conference is free to attend but pre-registration online is essential.

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    Source: Written from press release.

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