PatChats - Kingsley Aikins talks on Networking
October's theme is
he is networking in action.
Watch and learn.
You won't want to miss him.
Please come and bring your friends,
colleagues and countrymen.
Diaspora Matters Training,
based in Dublin and has developed an international business with clients such as Google, Accenture,
Linkedin, KPMG, PwC, HSBC,
Silicon Valley Bank, AIB and others.
in Boston and before that he was the Sydney
based representative of Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland. While in Sydney he established the Lansdowne Club
and the Australian Ireland Fund.
in the power of Networking and that,
in a rapidly changing world,
it is now more important than ever,
both for companies and individuals.
Networking Training Programme
which everybody can benefit from.
He points out that schools and colleges don’t teach
Networking and companies don’t have strategies for it
and yet everybody believes it is really important.
to give a series of workshops
and presentations to companies and organisations
and is interested in developing further business in Sydney.
Kingsley spent a year playing professional rugby in France?
Help us continue them.
Thursday October 27th
Blue Chilli Technology,
125 York Street, Sydney 2000
7:00 for coffee & conversation. 7:15ish talk.
Q&A at 8:00-8:15. Leave by 8:30
There are limited places.
You don't want to sleep through it:-)
PatChats is The Lansdowne Club's
informal breakfast talk series
for the Sydney entrepreneurial community.
PatChats morning talk series will ignite the Lansdowne Club community
in a way never seen before: tapping into its wealth of thought leadership
to share peer to peer knowledge and insights on the entre/intrapreneurial journey to kickstart your morning and inspire your day.
The small charge covers expenses including your coffee, fruit and pastry
and graphic scribe.
We'll send you the illustrated story post event to jog your memory.
Meet people you'll want to collaborate with, partner with or work with.
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