DUBLIN launch General Counsel dinners

News: LBDC to launch General Counsel private-dining events in DUBLIN

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Good afternoon,

As many of you know, the  LBDC  (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club”) runs a series of exclusive GENERAL COUNSEL private-dining events and round-table discussions in London.

Dublin

I am delighted to let you know that following the success of our series of dinners in London, we will be launching the LBDC series of exclusive GENERAL COUNSEL private dining events in Dublin in 2015.

These events will be exclusively for General Counsel and will be run on a private and discreet basis in one of Dublin’s premier restaurants.

General Counsel: Dublin

If you are a General Counsel in Dublin and would like to receive an invitation to our exclusive GC dinner, please drop me a line.  It would be great to hear from you and to see you at one of our future dinners.

Dublin Sponsors:  Law Firm or other organisations

If you are a law firm/organisation and interested in sponsoring our General Counsel private-dining events, please get in touch and I will be very happy to send you the LBDC information-pack.

My email is:  colin@lawyersbdc.com

Sponsors:  Private & Discreet

As a potential sponsor, you may be interested to know that our General Counsel event will be run on a confidential and discreet basis.  So, the LBDC will not publicize the details about the event on the LBDC website or on social media (unless your firm or organisation is happy for us to do so).

Feedback from our General Counsel Guests (at our GC event in London in October)

You may also be interested to read some of the feedback from our General Counsel guests at our previous GC dinner and discussion held in October in London.

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“Colin, apologies that it has taken until now for me to email you – it has been ridiculously busy.  Nevertheless, I should have been in contact with you sooner to let you know what an enjoyable evening I had at the LBDC dinner.  You were a fantastic host, [  ] discussion was thought-provoking, the other guests were very engaging and the venue was exceptional.  It also provided [  ] and I with an excellent opportunity to catch up and we managed to squeeze a few pints in after the dinner. I would like to hear more about future LBDC events.  I hope you have had a good weekend and I look forward to speaking with you again soon.”

“Colin, you did it again! That was a great dinner last night – a fantastic setting, an energising and challenging speaker, a great group of people and outsanding food. Above all it was fun and thought provoking, always a great combination. Thanks again for the invitation and I was really pleased I could make it this time. It was great to see you again and I will make sure I don’t leave it so long before we meet up again.”

 

“Dear Colin, thanks again for the wonderful organisation and the invitation.  I had a very enjoyable evening chatting to you and other guests and everyone I spoke to seems to have had a brilliant time! We also found [ ] talk very helpful and well balanced.  I promised to keep in touch with [ ] to help him to navigate…. [ ] , me and [ ] also talked about a girls lunch sometime. We will certainly keep you posted as you were the connector of these all! Enjoy the beautiful sunny day!”

 

“Colin, many thanks for your hospitality on Wednesday evening. I thoroughly enjoyed the GC event and meeting both you and my fellow guests. I was at a busy seminar in [ ] yesterday morning, and shamelessly applied the techniques which [ ] shared with us!”

 

“Colin, a big thank you for organising last night’s event. A lively discussion, interesting people, great venue, great food – what’s not to like! See you soon”

 

“Hi Colin, thanks for a great night last night. It was a really good presentation and discussion. Some interesting views expressed. Best regards”

 

“Colin, thanks again for an interesting and enjoyable evening. See you soon.”

 

“Colin, a really enjoyable evening! Very many thanks.”

 

“Dear Colin Thank you for inviting me. The venue was lovely and the debate was really good. I thoroughly enjoyed myself.”

 

“Colin just a quick note from me to thank you and Julie-Ann very much for a most enjoyable evening on Wednesday. I thought it was excellent. Look forward to seeing you again at some point in the future. Best wishes.”

 

“Colin, thank you very much for your hospitality on Wednesday. I had a very enjoyable and useful evening. It was nice to meet some GC’s from other organisations. I found the speaker very interesting with good sensible advice we can all use to good effect. Best wishes”

 

“Hi Colin, many thanks for the invitation to last week’s GC event. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and thought your choices of venue and speaker were terrific, as usual. Speak soon.”

Photos:  General Counsel Private Dining Events – London

London Sponsor: Invest Northern Ireland

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In London, Invest Northern Ireland has sponsored a series of  LBDC  GC private-dining events and roundtable discussions.

” As the regional business development agency, Invest NI’s role is to grow the local economy. We do this by supporting new and existing businesses to compete internationally, and by attracting new investment to Northern Ireland.

www.investni.com

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Contact – Colin Carroll

If you are a General Counsel and would be interested in attending the next LBDC General Counsel Private dining event in our series, please get in touch.  It would be great to hear from you.

If you are a law firm or other organisation interested in sponsoring our event, it would be great to hear from you too.

My email is:  colin@lawyersbdc.com or you can reach me on telephone: 0044 7917 301 070

I look forward to hearing from you.

-Colin

 

Colin Carroll

CEO

LBDC   (“Lawyers’ Business Development Club“)

London │ Dublin │ Dubai │ Boston │ New York

 

Telephone:   0044 7917 301 070

Website:   http://www.lawyersbdc.com

Twitter:     www.twitter.com/lawyersbdc

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/in/colincarroll

The  LBDC  is sponsored by:

Global Sponsor:   CityJet

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