National College of Ireland is now enrolling September students and, to celebrate, it will play host to a series of business and leadership talks...
National College of Ireland is gearing up to welcome its newest students through its Dublin doors this September but, before that, it will host a trio of business chats that should be extremely illuminating if you're hoping to become one of the commerce leaders of tomorrow.
Entrepreneur and much-loved Newstalk voice Bobby Kerr kicks off his 'In Conversation With...' lunchtime talks with Brian Lee, co-founder and managing director of Freshly Chopped, at 1pm on Wednesday June 28th.
One of Ireland's top young entrepreneurs, Lee has built a business empire upon his passion for health and fitness.
As well as healthy food retailer Freshly Chopped, which has been going from strength-to-strength since opening its original Baggot Street outlet five years ago, he's also behind FIT Studios.
Chopped won the “Outstanding Growth Award” at the Irish Franchise Awards in May and Lee was named as a finalist in the “Best Emerging Entrepreneurs” category at the 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
If you want an insight into what makes the ambitious Dubliner tick, hearing him talk about everything from trusting your instincts to creating a unique brand in the process, head here to register for free admission.
It is the first in what promises to be a lively series in the Kelly Theatre on the IFSC campus, all to celebrate the fact that National College of Ireland’s courses in business, computing and education are now enrolling for a September start.
Coming up later this summer will be:
Patrick Coveney, CEO of Greencore Group – Thursday July 27th
Anne O'Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland – Wednesday August 23rd
Realise your potential at National College of Ireland. Our full and part-time courses can help you upskill, advance in your career or return to employment. Courses are now enrolling for September, visit www.ncirl.ie for more.