Building a Business Across the Irish Sea

With a capital flow of over €1billion per week in the bilateral trade of goods and services across

the Irish Sea, the business relationship between Britain and Ireland is one of Europe’s most

significant trading links. However, for companies seeking to capitalise on this market opportunity,

there are considerable challenges in expanding from one market into another.

LIBS and Goodbody are delighted to host an expert-panel discussion to hear the experiences of

three business leaders who have successfully made this transition, and to learn more about the

routes to entry and underlying cultural and market dynamics.

Panel Members:

Eddy Collier

Managing Director, Centrica Ireland & CEO, Bord Gáis Energy

Justin Keatinge

CEO, Version 1

Paddy Power

Director of Communications, Paddy Power

Moderator:

Joe Gill

Director Corporate Broking, Goodbody

Date & Time:

18.30 Thursday 14th May 2015

Venue:
One Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0LZ. See map here
Registration:
Opens Thursday 30th April at 11am

Event Policy:

Places are extremely limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Admittance on the evening is strictly limited to named individuals on the confirmed attendance list.

Should you register successfully and no longer be able to attend the event, please let us

know so we can give the space to one of your fellow members on the waiting list.

With thanks to our sponsors:

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