Events Programme

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2020 Event Programme

Dublin Chamber is a long established, trusted brand with a reputation for delivering high quality events for our members and partners. Our events provide sponsors with access to new clients and key decision makers from Dublin’s business community.

Our outstanding events programme consists of more than 100 networking events per annum and caters for business people at all levels.

Leaders Series

Leaders is a premium series of four exclusive breakfast events for senior decision makers from Dublin Chamber’s corporate membership. Leadership issues and challenges are the focus of each event. The high-profile guest speakers offer an overview of their career, their leadership style and their industry. The series gives invited guests key business insights and the opportunity to network with peers. Previous speakers include: Carolan Lennon, Eir, David McRedmond, An Post & Carol Andrews, BNY Mellon.


THE DIGITAL AGENDA

The Digital Agenda is a continuation of our successful Tech Forum. Technology continues to rapidly transform industries and business leaders need to quickly learn how to respond. The aim of the series is to understand the issues businesses face and to hear case studies from companies that have successfully navigated the digital transformation process. Key themes for 2021 include AI, Big Data, ecommerce and IOT.


Momentum

COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented shock to the global economy and has increased risk and uncertainty for many Irish businesses. Brexit and the end of the transition period have also brought new challenges as businesses learn to navigate the new trade arrangements. Despite these challenges many Irish businesses are innovating and have ambitions to grow and scale internationally. To understand the challenges facing scaling businesses and to examine how we can support business owners during these challenging times Dublin Chamber will run a series of events to support and inspire our members. Previous speakers include Niall Horgan, Gym + Coffee, Sonia Deasy, Pestle & Mortar, Daithí O’Connor, Revive Active, David Maxwell, Boojum, Jennifer Rock, The Skin Nerd & Graham Deane, Co-founder, Urban Volt.
 

Dinner in Camera

Our Dinner in Camera series is for the CEOs and senior representatives from the largest companies in our membership. Up to fifty CEOs attend each event to hear from a leading political or business speaker in a confidential, ‘in-camera’ forum. The emphasis is on sharing business insights and expertise and engaging with the leaders of major corporations through high level networking. Previous speakers include Secretary General Robert Watt, Micheál Martin TD, Fiona Mulddon, FBD.
 

International Women’s Day

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. International Women's Day (IWD) has occurred for well over a century, with the first March 8 IWD gathering supported by over a million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. Dublin Chamber’s International Women’s Day celebration brings over 200 of Ireland’s most successful business leaders and female entrepreneurs together. The guest speaker and invited panel discuss their careers, challenges they have overcome and offer advice to other female leaders. The theme for 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge


DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

Dublin Chamber's vision for Dublin is of a modern capital city that is diverse, vibrant, inclusive, compassionate and caring. A city that is globally renowned for its economic vitality and quality of life. We believe that quality of life includes ensuring people feel accepted, empowered, valued and supported in the community in which they live and work. Employment legislation protects people from discrimination but we know true diversity and inclusion is much more than that. Similarly, we are keen to understand any business issue that arises or that act as a barrier to aspects of inclusion. Dublin Chamber will continue to work to ensure that any such issues are resolved.
To understand the challenges facing businesses and to examine how we can support them Dublin Chamber will run a series of Diversity & Inclusion events to support and inspire Dublin Chamber members.
 

Sustainable Dublin 2050

Dublin Chamber believes a more sustainable future can be achieved, but only through a holistic approach. Sustainable mobility, flexible working practices, a focus on renewable energy, circular economy adoption by business, and urban density are all key to a sustainable reset. To understand the challenges climate change presents and to examine how we can achieve a more sustainable future Dublin Chamber will run a series events for senior decision makers from Dublin Chamber’s membership. The aim of the series is to update and inform Dublin Chamber members on the legislative and political context of climate action and the benefits and opportunities that a move toward a low carbon and more circular economy can present to business.
 

Small Business Network 

Recognising the contribution of SMEs to the Dublin economy, this will be the launch event of the Chamber’s new Small Business Network (formerly known as the Business Owners’ Network). The Small Business Network is a series of facilitated monthly interactive sessions for business owners and senior managers from the Chamber’s SME membership. Leading Industry experts will share their knowledge and give practical advice on key business issues that most effect Dublin SMEs.


WEBINARS & NETWORKING

Dublin Chamber runs monthly webinar and breakfast events to inform and update members on key business issues. Dublin Chamber also runs monthly networking events to help you meet and connect with other Dublin Chamber members.


Annual Golf Event

The Chamber Golf Day has established itself as a firm favourite in the Chamber’s annual calendar annual calendar and one of the standout corporate golf days in Ireland. A combination of fun and friendly competition, the day sees up to 26 teams battle it out over one of the Dublin region’s finest courses. With a whole host of great prizes on offer, the day is open to both male and female golfers of all standards. Team (4 players) and individual bookings are welcome.

 

For more information on our events programme please contact Ciara Duncan on ciara@dublinchamber.ie or (01) 644 7228.