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Event Name: NextGen Leaders with KBC - SOLD OUT!
Event Date: 22/02/2017
Event Time: 08:00
Seat Rate: Free
Remaining Places: 33
Venue: Dublin Chamber of Commerce 7 Clare Street, Dublin 2

Join us for our upcoming NextGen Breakfast and learn how STRATEGIC THINKING can benefit your career..

This event is for Business and Corporate managers with 3 – 5 years experience. It is a great opportunity to learn from two excellent speakers and to meet new clients and contacts from the Chamber network.

As our key contact in your organisation, please forward this invitation to any relevant colleagues.

Our speakers

Our MC is popular 2fm Presenter RUTH SCOTT

STEPHEN O'LEARY is Managing Director of OLYTICO the company he founded in 2009. He is a member of the council of Dublin Chamber and World Economic Forum Young Global Shaper. Stephen also lectures in Journalism in Griffith College.

EMER FITZGERALD is Head of Connection Strategy of ROTHCO and responsible for incorporating media, digital-first thinking & key cultural trends into the creative process to attract audiences & achieve maximum impact. Prior to joining Rothco, Emer spent two years in Google where she specialised in brand solutions.

Our sponsor

KBC Bank has been providing banking services in Ireland for over 40 years and is part of the KBC Group, one of Europe’s most recognisable financial institutions since 1978. With over 1,000 employees in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kilkenny, Waterford, Kildare and Wicklow,KBC are dedicated to creating a bank where the customer comes first.

KBC take a Bank of You approach to all products and services and in dealings with customers, shareholders, staff and communities. A member of one of Europe’s largest banking groups, KBC is committed to delivering responsible but innovative banking that is grounded in customer and shareholder value.

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