THEY say there is no such thing as a free lunch but this Wednesday, February 26, the Dublin Business Club will be offering a free breakfast of tea/coffee and danish as part of its support and networking breakfast launch.
The event, which takes place in the Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, has been organised by the club as part of an effort to bring local businesses together and offer support free of charge on a variety of subjects relevant to decision-makers across all sectors. The briefing starts at 8.45am and finishes at 11am.
According to Dublin Business Club, which describes itself as a business linking network, the organisation has been put together by like-minded business people who want to get something more from attending networking events other than just paying a membership fee.
This forum will advise business leaders on subjects such as improving employee performance, dealing with employee stress and managing staff issues quickly and effectively.
It will also allow time for local businesses to connect with employers from like-minded, Irish-based companies, sharing ideas and talking through the subjects covered during the morning.
The breakfast will be sponsored by Peninsula Business Services, a provider of employment law and health and safety services and is open to local business owners, proprietors and senior decision makers.
“Peninsula Business Services is delighted to be sponsoring the first Dublin Business Club, this is a great opportunity for us to really combine our business strengths and help other business owners in our area of expertise. We are excited by the mutual offerings, prospective growth and knowledge the business club will provide,” said Alan Price, managing director of Peninsula Ireland.
The workshop will be presented by one of Peninsula’s senior legislation specialists who will explain many business-related topics and offer advice in a manner that is easy to understand.
The legal specialist team will also be highlighting some recent case studies and examining the benefits of business linking.
So, if you have a business in Dublin and would like to get involved in the Dublin Business Club, the organisers believe this is your opportunity to meet other key decision-makers from local businesses to discuss common issues facing employers today.
Prospective participants can confirm their attendance at the breakfast by calling the Peninsula events team on 01 850 6055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Peninsula is a leading employment law consultancy in the country and represents over 5,000 businesses in Ireland. It also works with Chambers Ireland, the largest business organisation in Ireland with 60 members representing over 13,000 companies.