#BoostYourNetworks, Friday 13th October


Launched by NetworkIrlande on the initiative of Hubert Levesque, Member of the Board, Pioneer Member and Managing Director of Morgan McKinley France, this first experience of speed business networking, organized in partnership with the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and the Australian Chamber ABIE, was a great success.

More than 70 meetings took place in the space of 90 minutes between members, using software developed for B2B meetings by Eventtia, permitting them to request meetings with the members they wished to meet via a dedicated website. Members were delighted with the professional aspect of the appointments diary and its user-friendly approach and expressed the desire to repeat this exercise sometime in 2018.

A big thanks to RICARD for their generosity in letting NetworkIrlande use the wonderful Espace Paul Ricard at rue Newton for the staging of this event.

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Our #BoostYourNetworks event will take place on Friday 13th October at Espace Paul Ricard, 6 rue Newton, 75016  Paris from 8.30 – 10.15. This will be the occasion for members of NetworkIrlande, Australian Business in Europe and the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce to share their expertise and develop new business opportunities! 


French connection for the island of Ireland

TI at IFTM September 2017

Eleven tourism companies from the island of Ireland joined Tourism Ireland at IFTM Top Resa in Paris, this week. 

IFTM (International French Travel Market) is the largest travel trade exhibition in France, attracting more than 30,000 visitors each year – including influential tour operators and travel agents, as well as business tourism decision-makers and leading French travel media. 

Monica MacLaverty, Tourism Ireland’s Manager Southern Europe, said: “Our presence at IFTM is another excellent opportunity to spread the word about the many great things to see and do right around the island of Ireland and to encourage French travellers to put the island of Ireland on their holiday ‘wish-list’ for 2018. 

More details here (Tourism Ireland, 29 september 2017)