NI Chamber
Valerie McConville (NI Chamber) and Edel Creery (NIE Networks).

NI Chamber
Valerie McConville (NI Chamber) and Edel Creery (NIE Networks).                                           

Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) and NIE Networks will launch their 2019 ‘Regional Networking Series’ with an event in Lisburn on 22 January 2019.

Over 100 members of the local business community are expected to attend the first of 5 large scale events hosted by NI Chamber and sponsored by NIE Networks throughout 2019.

The first event will take place in Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn on Tuesday 22 January from 10:00am-12:00pm.

Delegates will have the opportunity to make new contacts and promote their organisation during a structured networking session followed by a discussion with Dessie Roache, Global Commercial Manager at Camlin Group, who will discuss how the firm has built its business on a global scale.

Valerie McConville, Head of Business Development at NI Chamber, said: “Networking is a key component of NI Chamber and many members have told us they have won new contracts on the back of connections they have made at our events. As a result NI Chamber is delighted to partner with NIE Networks for a third year to hold a series of 5 networking events across Northern Ireland as a major part of our 2019 calendar.”

Edel Creery, Head of Customer Engagement at NIE Networks, added: “We are delighted to sponsor the NI Chamber Networking Series for a third year and look forward to engaging with businesses across Northern Ireland.  Networking with our customers helps us understand their needs and in turn influences and informs our business approach and service delivery.

“Our focus in 2019 will remain on continuing to improve the performance of the electricity network and delivering a safe and reliable electricity supply to all our customers. We will also be supporting local businesses in their growth and expansion plans helping to power the Northern Ireland economy through the coming year.”

For further information or to register visit www.northernirelandchamber.com.

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