With the current political and economic climate in flux, this event provides a timely opportunity to gain valuable insights from the CBI President, John Allan CBE and connect with 400+ senior executives.
The CBI Northern Ireland Annual Lunch is a flagship event in the local business calendar, and sells out each year.
The event attracts 400+ key influencers from local business, politics and media
Perfect opportunity to strengthen customer relationships, network with colleagues and connect with your sector peers at the pre-lunch drinks reception
Access up-to-the-minute intelligence from compelling senior speakers, such as John Allan CBE, CBI President
John is also the Chairman of Tesco plc and Barratt Developments plc. John's wealth of business experience in logistics, business services and retail sectors coupled with his board experience in construction and finance will provide terrific insights into consumers and the economy.
We will also be joined by Lord Karan Bilimoria, CBE DL, CBI Vice President, founder of Cobra Beer and Chairman of the Cobra Beer Partnership.
Who should attend?
This event welcomes all business leaders and is open to non-members.
Attending this event will allow you to develop prosperous new business relationships and to entertain your clients, so book your table today.
Tickets can be booked individually, in small groups or tables of 10 and includes a welcome reception and a two course lunch.
Tickets can be purchased by credit card or if an invoice is preferred, please select "Other Payment options" when you reach "purchase tickets" at the checkout.
Dress code: business attire.
The lunch is generously sponsored by
If you have any questions:
Please contact the Event Manager Karen Hoey.
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