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Momentum Series 2019 - Build, Scale & Grow

Ulster Bank

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We are delighted to invite you to join us for our second Momentum breakfast of 2019. This series gives attendees the opportunity to listen and learn from our panel of entrepreneurs, who work across a broad spectrum of business sectors, all of which are at various stages of maturity.

Date: Thursday 21st March
Venue: Dogpatch Labs, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
Time: 8am- 9:30am

Starting your business takes determination, flexibility and hard work, staying ahead of the competition is a constant challenge. Our panel of speakers will discuss the challenges and opportunities they were faced with in scaling their companies.

Confirmed Panellists:

David Maxwell, Managing Director, Boojum Ltd
Jennifer Rock, The Skin Nerd
Kevin Maughan, CEO, Urban Volt

Facilitated by broadcaster and radio host, Ruth Scott

Momentum is a series of four breakfast events and a continuation of the successful Momentum Summit conferences that Dublin Chamber has run since 2015. The purpose of the Momentum series is to give Dublin Chamber members access to influential Irish business leaders that have successfully scaled their businesses.
 
The series is sponsored by Ulster Bank who understand the value of business networking and shared learnings for Irish SMEs and our customers. For more on how Ulster Bank could support your business, please visit www.ulsterbank.ie/businessmatters or email businessmatters@ulsterbank.ie
 

Our Sponsor

Ulster Bank

With over 180 years of heritage, Ulster Bank Ireland DAC, is a full service Retail and Commercial Bank, focused on serving the needs of our 1.1m customers in the Republic of Ireland. Ulster Bank leverages the scale, capabilities, and investment capacity of RBS to deliver a superior service proposition to its customers. Investments in technology, brand and people support these goals, to ensure that Ulster Bank remains at the forefront of Irish banking in a changing and competitive market.

Our business is formed of two distinct divisions:

  • Retail banking
  • Corporate and Commercial banking