Business Picnic Carlow 19th July 2017
Summer 2017 sees the return of one of Ireland’s most innovative networking platforms, The Business Picnic.
Carlow is paving the way for key connections through informal business connections and shared learning, through their annual networking event, The Business Picnic hosted by Carlow County Council’s – Local Enterprise Office in association with Netwatch & Arboretum.
The Business Picnic is a free event designed to encourage professional connections in an informal setting. Open to businesses all over Ireland, the Picnic aims to encourage future business development, not just in Carlow, but nationally. Hosted by Anton Savage, with comedian Karl Spain joined by a panel of 8 successful business executives, Local Enterprise Office are hosting this key event on 20 June 2016, in the five star Arboretum home and garden heaven, Leighlinbridge Carlow between 5.45pm to 9.30pm. Last year’s event sold out with over 300 business people attending.
Attendees will have the chance to meet ask questions, make connections and exchange ideas with successful Irish and International business people on the day. Among the international panelists there to share learning and business insights includes David Walsh – Netwatch , Samatha Kelly – Tweeting Goddess , Lily Holmes – PB Machine Tech / Burnside Group, Barry Doyle – Arboretum , Blaise Brosnan – Management Resource Institute, Róisín Hogan – HIRO , Patrick Mc Cormack – Sam Mc Cauley Group and Tom Brennan – EirGen Pharma
David Walsh, Group CEO of Netwatch said: “We in County Carlow believe that innovation is the key to the development of great companies and I am delighted that Netwatch can support this innovative networking event which aims to bring together enterprises of all sizes and scales in order to learn and connect with each other”.
The Business Picnic takes place on Wednesday 19th July 2017 in the Arboretum, Home and Garden Heaven, Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow from 5.45pm to 9.30pm.
To reserve your place, contact email@example.com or on Eventbrite ‘The Business Picnic’ by Local Enterprise Office Carlow.
To keep up to date with the Business Picnic activity, join in the conversation on twitter @CarlowLEO and follow #TheBusinessPicnic.
Pictured at the launch of the Business Picnic hosted by Carlow County Council’s Local Enterprise Office in association with Netwatch & Arboretum, are (from left to right) Barry Doyle, Arboretum, Dan McInerney, Deputy Chief Executive Carlow Co Council, Anton Savage, Event MC, Rachel Doyle, Arboretum and Kieran Comerford, Carlow Local Enterprise Office. Photocredit: Finbarr O’Rourke