Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Growth Summit 2024
This event, jointly hosted by Insight HR and the Virtual Business Collaboration (VBC) will kick off the new year with opportunities for attendees to network, collaborate, learn, and get inspired, all in one day.
From networking sessions to panel discussions, attendees will be treated to wisdom from a number of speakers who will be outlining the foundations of building a successful business!
The event, aimed at anyone who is either growing a business, optimising a business or even starting a business, will be one you won’t want to miss!
Date: Tuesday, 28th May
Venue: Vertigo Room, County Hall Building, Cork
All Proceeds go to Down Syndrome Ireland
3 reasons why you should attend the Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Growth Summit.
Take your company to the next level
Hear from top industry experts, network with other business owners, and leave with actionable insights to help you build and grow your business successfully.
Host & Keynote Speakers
Down Syndrome Ireland is Ireland's leading charity that provides support and services to people with Down syndrome and their families through a national office and 25 branches nationwide. We provide ‘all-through-life’ supports to people with Down syndrome and their families across Ireland with specialists in the areas of health, speech and language, early development, education and adult education and independence that enhance the lives of thousands of children and adults with Down syndrome across the country.
Down Syndrome Ireland is the voice of people with Down syndrome and their families throughout Ireland. We provide a wide range of vital services that enhance the lives of thousands of children and adults with Down syndrome. With only 23% state funding, we rely on the generosity of people like you and really do appreciate any amount that you can afford to donate – Thank you so much!
Link to our Employer Introduction Pack
For more information, you can visit Down Syndrome Ireland's website here.
ALL PROCEEDS OF THIS EVENT WILL BE DONATED TO DOWN SYNDROME IRELAND