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Dublin Chamber of Commerce
7 Clare Street

Dublin 2


To get the most from your membership contact Paul O'Neill


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Dear Member,

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce will lead a delegation to London on the 21st and 22nd of May 2014. The two day programme includes:

An exclusive evening networking reception in conjunction with London Chamber of Commerce hosted by Irish Ambassador Daniel Mulhall at the Irish Embassy in London with a keynote address by Breon Corcoran, CEO, Betfair.

Visit to The Crystal, a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens, presentation by Paul Lynam, CEO, Siemens exploring the solutions for making the world's cities more sustainable.

Visit to Investec, presentation on The UK Economy

Breakfast meeting with Mark Hennessy, London Editor, The Irish Times

Presentations by:
David Kern, Chief Economist, British Chambers of Commerce;
Gavin McWhirter, UK Manager, Enterprise Ireland;
Bob Doyle, Senior Business Development Manager, London Partners;
Colm Lyon, CEO, Realex Payments

An afternoon of Briefings on 'Trade & Investment Opportunities in the UK & London' with a company presentation by Realex Payments

Lunch event hosted by The Doyle Collection

The Full Programme of the Mission is available here

Cost: €670 per person

Includes: Meetings, 2 private lunches, 2 airport transfers, 1 nights' accommodation (B&B) at the Bloomsbury Hotel and networking event.

To book a place on the Mission please click here or contact Lyndsay, international@dublinchamber.ie for further information.

Flights: We have partnered with CityJet to secure a fixed price to London City Airport. The official flights are:

  • CityJet: Flight WX118, Depart Dublin 21st May, 07:25; Arrives 08:55
  • CityJet: Flight WX123, Depart London 22nd May, 17:35; Arrives 18:55


€266.09 per person including taxes and one complimentary checked bag. With pre-seating and complimentary Fast Track access at Dublin Airport to avoid any security queues.
To make a flight booking please call 01 8700176 or 01 8700177 with subject ‘Dublin Chamber Mission.’


The Dublin Chamber of Commerce's Business Mission to London is organised in conjunction with the Enterprise Europe Network




The Full Programme of the Mission is available here
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Terms & Conditions: Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Full payment is required in advance of mission. Bookings will only be fully confirmed on receipt of full payment.

Itinerary subject to change

Cost: €670 per person*

Includes: Meetings, lunches, 1 night's accommodation (B&B) at the Bloomsbury Hotel, networking evening and transfers.

For further information or to make a booking please click here or contact international@dublinchamber.ie for more information
*Flights are not included - A bus transfer will be available on the morning of Wednesday 21 May from London City Airport (CityJet: Flight WX118 - 7.25am) and the afternoon of Thursday 22 May from the Bloomsbury Hotel to the airport (CityJet: Flight WX123 - 18.55)

Cancellation Policy: Cancelling your booking 4 weeks prior to the departure date entitles you to a full refund of that amount; Cancelling your booking less than 4 weeks before the departure date, or if you fail to attend the Trade Mission, no refund will be given

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About the Sponsors

Siemens’ history in Ireland dates back to 1874, when the first direct transatlantic telegraph cable was laid from Ballinskelligs Bay, County Kerry, to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Siemens Limited was formed as a registered company in Ireland in 1925 and has been involved in many key infrastructure projects, beginning with the Shannon hydroelectric power scheme in 1926-29.
Major projects include the construction of many of Ireland’s power plants, supplying the overhead catenary system equipment for the DART rail system, supplying Ireland’s first CT and MR scanners and the design and construction of the baggage handling system for Dublin Airport’s T2. Recently Siemens Limited received a major order for the construction and servicing of 42 direct-drive wind turbines to two onshore wind power plants for Bord na Móna.

The Doyle Collection is a privately owned group of eight luxury hotels located in the most fashionable neighbourhoods of five major cities around the world, London, Bristol, Dublin, Cork and Washington DC. Each hotel is collectively individual with its own unique and contrasting character but all offering the same sense of understated, memorable experiences. The Group’s three London hotels are an eclectic mix of historic and modern. From the magnificent grandeur of The Bloomsbury Hotel, a Grade II listed architectural gem designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens; the elegant collection of Regency townhouses, home to The Kensington Hotel and London's largest townhouse suite to the urban cool and cosmopolitan flair of The Marylebone Hotel, a haven of curated chic located in the heart of Marylebone village. Each hotel offers guests a modern interpretation of extraordinary hospitality and service in uniquely designed environments, making business travel easier and leisure travel more inspiring.  

For more information www.doylecollection.com

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