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Fit Out Conference

July 6, 2015

The inaugural Fit Out Conference will take place this Friday July 10th. The theme of this year’s conference is “Fit Out Drives Return on Investment”. This will be a unique event, focused on maximising return on investment through design and fit out. It is also a networking opportunity.

The event will be chaired by Hugh Wallace of Douglas Wallace. With over 35 years in the industry he will give leading expertise and advice to the attendees. Other speakers include

  • Nikki O’Donnell from NODA, who will speak about future trends and global markets.
  • Gerard O’Neill from Amarach Research who will discuss the relationship between design and client/worker behaviour.
  • Conor MacCabe from Henry J Lyons will discuss the fit out and client return on investment

What will you gain?

The focus this year is on maximising return on investment through fit out, including global perspectives and how to expand to a global customer base and the future trends & challenges that face the Irish market. Learn how to the best in the business deliver the clients brief, be it, maximising capacity in office work place, retail design and layout in stores to improve customer journey and much more. 

The event is also an opportunity to build your network with leading award winning figures from the fit out the industry.

Price:

The cost of each ticket is €250

This includes tea, coffee, lunch & an exclusive Fit Out Awards Winners Masterclass – hosted by Ted Stevens

Promotion:

There is a special rate available for readers of riskmanager.ie. To find out more please contact 01 685 4060 or lkelly@eventstrategies.ie and mention riskmanager.ie 

 

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