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FutureScope May 10th Convention Centre Dublin

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On Wednesday 10th May in the Convention Centre Dublin, FutureScope will bring together thought leaders from the technology sector to share their perspectives on evolving trends and how these trends will shape our future, providing crucial insights which is especially relevant for developing businesses.

The event aims to encourage engagement and collaboration between start-ups and multinational companies based in Ireland by creating a platform for these business leaders to share their knowledge and insights through the following:

  • Innovation showcases
  • Technology demonstrations
  • Structured networking

Furthermore, a delicious buffet lunch and all day coffee will create the perfect environment for conversation, engagement and collaboration.

See some highlights from FutureScope 2016 below:

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All Ireland Business Summit April 6th 2017 Croke Park

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The All-Ireland Business Summit is a one day, not to be missed event for those wishing to progress in business. You can expect to gain inspiration and motivation to take your business to the next level with insightful talks and case studies. Through a facilitated networking breakfast, networking session and evening networking drinks expect to build new and valuable connections.

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Chauffeur Ireland by Goldstar – Ireland’s Ancient East Tour

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Created by Tourism Ireland the Ancient East route offers visitors a personal experience of 5000 years of history from Carlingford lough to Cork.

Visit Newgrange and the Boyne Valley in the north east and range through the midlands all the way down via Kilkenny’s Medieval mile to Waterford’s Viking Quarter and continues to Cork, where the Ancient East Tour joins the Wild Atlantic Way.

We cover the 4 themes which may be enjoyed individually or consecutively over 4 days based out of Dublin.

Ancient Ireland
There are many treasures in the south and east that are older than the pyramids, set in an ancient green landscape – passage tombs, dolmens and Stone Age observatories that are found throughout Ireland’s Ancient East.

Early Christian Ireland
Step into the Golden Age of Saints and Scholars and visit the university and monastery sites where Ireland’s pioneering saints and monks wrote some of the world’s greatest illuminated manuscripts.

Medieval Ireland
Uncover a rich tapestry of tales from this turbulent time. From the Viking Triangle of Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford, to the fortresses and castles built to protect the land and its occupants in the beautifully preserved Medieval City of Kilkenny.

Anglo-Ireland
Visitors will have a unique opportunity to experience what life was like in the 18th and 19th centuries, lavish gardens, opulent houses and market towns. The romantic ideals of these times inspired others to failed Rebellions, or to seek better fortune and escape from famine through emigration.

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Chauffeur Ireland by Goldstar – Dublin city and suburbs Guided Day Tours

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Drive out of town to see some of Dublin’s beautiful suburbs as part of the Dublin City Day Tour.
Going north visit Clontarf and the beautiful Casino Marino a playhouse built for the 1st Earl of Caulfield. The beautiful fishing villages of Howth and Pormarnock and along the coast road out to Malahide, with its famous Castle dating from the 12th century. West along the river Liffey through the picturesque Strawberry beds on to Castletown house the biggest Palladium mansion in Ireland. The south and stop to enjoy Dunlaoghaire, with its grand piers and sailing clubs and the nearby Joyce Tower.

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Chauffeur Ireland by Goldstar – The Garden of Ireland Wicklow Tour

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Through the mountains to Roundwood and the Vartry reservoirs by the Guinness lake (Lough Tay) and along the military road into Glendalough the valley of the two lakes renowned for its spectacular scenery, rich history and archaeology. It’s a very beautiful, 6th Century monastic settlement, founded by Saint Kevin, with a round tower and lakes.
Then across the Wicklow gap / mountains to Blessington and Russborough house the 18th Century Pallidum style mansion. Back across the Liffey bridge and the Sally Gap to Enniskerry and Powerscourt country estate originally a 13th-century castle.

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