Mentalist David Meade made quite an impression in his Engage and Lead for Success Networking and Growth event this week in partnership with Belfast Chamber, Belfast One and Destination CQ.
Delegates learnt the art of goal setting, motivation, engagement and decision-making in the two-hour workshop attended by over 150 business leaders, owners and staff held in Ten Square.
The event was the first in a series hosted by the three-leading business organisations operating within Belfast City Centre in a bid to help educate the wider business community on how to do better business.
Belfast Chamber is the voice of the business community in Belfast with over 400 members; A lobbying and business support organisation working on behalf of members for the good of the entire city.
Belfast One and Destination CQ are the City Centre’s Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) with a remit to drive footfall in the city centre through a range of marketing initiatives.
Rajesh Rana, President of Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce said: “This morning’s event was a great, fun way of engaging with our members, giving them added value and an opportunity to network with other business people within the City.
“We have a full schedule of events in the pipeline to help our members to improve their skill set, boost morale within their team and give them new and exciting ways to help grow their business.”
Clare Maguire, Managing Director of Belfast One said: “Today’s event was absolutely brilliant and so well attended. It was not only informative and engaging but it was enormous fun. We look forward to delivering our next workshop with our partners Belfast Chamber and Destination CQ.”
Gareth Neill, Managing Director, Destination CQ concluded: “Today’s event dovetails perfectly with our five-year business plan to help drive footfall and boost trade in the Cathedral Quarter area. By giving our business owners and staff the tools to be better communicators, managers and ambassadors for our city, we are playing our part in helping to the growth of local economy.”
For a full list of upcoming events visit www.belfastchamber.com.