Global business leaders set to inspire at Kilkenny innovation conference, 23rd Oct 2018

One-of-a-kind summit to attract the creme de la creme of the business world.

Over 300 of the country’s top business people will gather in Kilkenny on 23rd of October as part of the Leading Innovation for Business Growth conference which takes place at the Lyrath Estate.

This cutting-edge event organised by the Industry Research and Development Group (IRDG), is now in its 7th year and open to business professionals across Ireland. The aim of this unique conference is to bring leaders and executives from all sectors and sizes of industry together to gain unique insights, avail of top-level training and extensive networking opportunities.

Globally renowned speakers are set to take part in this year’s event including:

  • Professor Gareth Jones, Global Thought-Leader and Business Advisor
  • Holly O’Driscoll, Global Design-Thinking Leader & Innovation Strategist, Proctor & Gamble USA
  • Paul Young, Co-Founder and CEO, Cartoon Saloon
  • Louise Grubb, Founder and Chairman, Q1 Scientific

This year’s conference is set to be the biggest yet with Leadership, Creativity in Business, and Innovation as its core themes.

Speaking about the event which takes place in just under five weeks, IRDG Managing Director Denis Hayes says ‘Professionals from all backgrounds are invited to attend this year’s conference which will be our most ambitious to date. We have a host of established names taking part this year including renowned Professor Gareth Jones and Holly O’Driscoll. The benefits of the Leading Innovation for Business Growth conference are huge as it connects professionals from across diverse industry sectors who are all focused on growing their businesses through innovation. They’ll experience great networking, and be inspired and challenged by the very best of expertise from Ireland and beyond.

Tickets for this year’s Leading Innovation for Business Growth conference are on sale now. Visit www.irdgleadinginnovation.ie

Mary
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