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BEN: Speed networking

Date: 21 Mar 2019
Time: 5.30pm-7.30pm
Venue: Belfast City Hall

BEN (Belfast Entrepreneur Network) in partnership with FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) Northern Ireland is bringing together local businesses to create contacts, generate new business leads and to share knowledge and ideas amongst like-minded people.

Join us in Belfast City Hall for our speed networking event, and hear from local entrepreneur Naomh McElhatton who will:

  • give you hints and tips on how to network successfully
  • facilitate speed networking on the night.

To attend this event please complete the event registration form

For more information, call us on 028 9027 0482 or email economicdevelopment@belfastcity.gov.uk

About the Speaker

Naomh McElhatton is the CEO of SMART global and was recently listed as one of Ireland's Top 5 Entrepreneurs to watch by the Irish Times. SMART Global hosts a series of ‘must-attend’ industry-specific events each year. Naomh and her team are responsible for the portfolio that now includes SMART Government, SMART Retail and Hospitality, SMART Health, SMART Talent and SMART Construct.

A regular guest speaker and host, Naomh founded the "She Said Club", a monthly podcast and online community “for real women, real experiences and real stories”. Naomh is also behind the DANI Awards, celebrating the best talent and achievements in digital business and technology development since 2010.

About FSB
FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) is a not for profit with approximately 6,000 members in Northern Ireland and 160,000 UK wide. As such, it is the biggest SME support organisation, offering members a range of tangible benefits e.g. insurance, legal advice, business banking etc. as well as the campaigning and lobbying support FSB carries out with decision makers and the various political institutions.

Northern Ireland has its own FSB Policy Office in Belfast, where our staff work on localised and national issues on behalf of the SME sector in NI. To find out more about our services visit www.fsb.org.uk

business people chatting to each other

Cost
Free to attend

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Other