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Cocktails and Networking in Dublin

 0 Comments- Add comment Written on 27-Mar-2009 by RonEll


EYP Dublin rocks up their second event on Thursday 2nd April, at 7:30pm. "The Academy" event will bring together Dublin's best and brightest young professionals to network in style at the Bia Bar. Enjoying good conversation and meeting like-minded professionals, but that's not all. EYP Dublin will be teaching you how to make your own cocktail... and yes- you get to drink it!

Please register here

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    Local chambers of commerce helps small businesses stay abreast of the latest technologies

     1 Comment- Add comment Written on 25-Mar-2009 by RonEll

    In The Wall Street Journal by Raymund Flandez


    As the economic storm builds, local chambers of commerce have geared up to help small businesses in a key area: technology.

    From Webcasts explaining how to use social-networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn to find job candidates to Web sites where firms can solicit work proposals and network with peers, these initiatives are enabling small-business owners with limited resources to market their services more effectively, find clients and employees and shares ideas, among other things.

    The assistance comes at a critical time: Hurt by the credit crunch and pullback in consumer spending, many business owners are more focused on cutting costs and conserving resources than they are on finding technologies that might give them an edge.

    Read the article in The Wall Street Journal
    (Thanks to Joe Cozart for bringing this to our attention)


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    Sustainable Bioenergy 2009

     0 Comments- Add comment Written on 23-Mar-2009 by RonEll

    1. and 2. April, Environmental Finance arranges the 4th annual Sustainable Bioenergy conference. Examine all the highly topical new trends in the bioenergy markets – solutions to the food vs fuel debate, "next generation" biofuels, biomass for power generation, development of biorefineries – and how they are influencing investment decisions in Europe. Meet the key players and decision makers in the European bioenergy markets! Find out more on www.environmental-finance.com

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      Being remarkable: Seth Godin comes to London

       2 Comments- Add comment Written on 17-Mar-2009 by KSwanston

      Seth Godin, the man Business Week named "the Ultimate Entrepreneur for the Information Age" and author of Tribes, recently came to London for a one-off event to talk about marketing, leadership and being remarkable.

      Thanks to Evil Genius Media + Events, the company that produced the event, we have a transcript and audio of his talk to share - check it out online here.

      We’d recommend also checking out Seth’s blog here.  


      • written on 18-Aug-2009

        deny says:

        Btw, it would be useful for everyone get acquainted with his knowledge and ways of managinf business. I downloaded several works by Seth Godin by means of http://www.picktorrent.com and must admit they are really worthy. Thanks for all the links you provide, I'll surely check them all.

      • written on 18-Mar-2009

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      Public speaking training

       0 Comments- Add comment Written on 10-Mar-2009 by RonEll


      EYP friends, JCI are organizing a three evening course public speaking training sessions run by award-winning speaker and trainer, Simon Bucknall starting on 17. March. This course has been a big success in previous years and will be sold out very quickly. Learn how to impress a client, inspire your team and communicate confidently and effectively. The course is limited to 15 people maximum to enable all to get plenty of opportunity to practise and improve their public speaking skills. This course has been a big success in previous years and will be sold out very quickly.

      For more information, visit www.jcilondon.org.uk

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