Harnessing Opportunities in the New Economy
09 September, 2011
Come and Learn about addressing new opportunities in the New Economy.
The Going International conference on October 13th at Ballymaloe is about collaboration, building relationships, smart investment and learning from the experiences of International Entrepreneurs. The Going International Conference concentrating on Building a High Growth Company with Smart Investment will encourage business leaders to think internationally and meet Entrepreneurs and investors who bring leading edge decision making to help harness new opportunities. There will be interactive sessions with some of the leading action based practitioners from Europe and further afield.
Going International Conference – Building a High Growth Company with Smart Investment is taking place on Thursday October 13th at the Grain Store, Ballymaloe House, Shanagarry, Co. Cork.
Pictured at the launch; Bill Liao, Co-Founder XING; Eileen Moloney, CorkBIC and Gemma Kelleher, Irish Examiner
Sharing their experiences among others at this event will be serial Investors and Entrepreneurs Candace Johnson and Bill Liao. Candace, as well as being a seasoned entrepreneur, has also invested in some of Europe’s most pioneering telecoms and venture companies. She has been named one of Europe’s most powerful women by Time and Fortune. Bill is a social networking pioneer, entrepreneur, and author, who has participated in seven IPOs. He is a co-founder of the social network service XING and CEO of Finaxis AG, a privately held company in the financial services industry. In 2011 Bill joined SOSventures as their European Venture Partner specialising in Internet and social media.
Speaking at the launch of the conference Bill Liao commented that “When economies contract new opportunities spring up - now is the time to get a head start and events like this can make all the difference”.
“We’ve got a really interesting line-up of very talented entrepreneurs and investors. Discussions like ‘business without boundaries’ will help organisations truly understand their global reach,” commented Eileen Moloney, Senior Consultant with CorkBIC who was also at the launch.