The Irish Business Network NZ will be hosting a special breakfast event with Mr Patrick O’Donovan, TD, Ireland’s Minister of State for Tourism and Sport on Friday, March 10.
Minister O’Donovan will be visiting New Zealand as part of the St Patrick’s Festival.
Join the IBNNZ to get a closer insight into the issues facing Ireland.
Date and time: Friday, March 10, 7am-9am
Venue: Europe House, Level 16, 56 Wakefield St, Auckland
Tickets $30, strictly limited. RSVP by March 7.
Click here to buy your tickets now.
With the UK decision to leave the European Union, what will be the implications for Ireland, Britain and New Zealand?
Joining us to discuss the issues of Brexit at a very special breakfast event on February 15 will be:
British High Commissioner to New Zealand
Honorary Consul General for Ireland in New Zealand
Chief Economist at the Bank of New Zealand
Tickets to this event have sold out but you are welcome to join the wait list, should a ticket become available.
Join the Irish Business Network of New Zealand on Tuesday, November 29 for a night of networking with a difference!
Broaden your links to the Irish business community in NZ and meet Irish professionals working in NZ and Kiwis with links to Ireland.
Join us at Ernst & Young in Auckland’s CBD from 5.30pm for drinks, nibbles and this unique opportunity for networking. Don’t forget your business cards!
Tickets are strictly limited. $30 per person. Click HERE to buy tickets now. RSVP by Thursday, November 24.
Special thanks to Ernst & Young for supporting this event.
Join us, in this special centenary year of the 1916 rising, for dinner and drinks to celebrate at least 100 years of Irish legacy in New Zealand.
This year’s dinner will take place at The Heritage Hotel Team Rooms in Auckland on Thursday, September 15 at 6.30pm.
Tickets for last year’s event sold very quickly so do not miss out on your chance to attend in 2016.
Our guest speaker on the night will be Professor Peter Kuch, Chair of Irish Studies at Otago university. Professor Kuch has published some 50 refereed articles, book chapters and books on Yeats, Joyce, Eliot, Irish theatre, Irish literature, Irish and Australian film, literary theory, Australian literature, and Australian history. He is currently engaged in writing a cultural history of the performance of Irish theatre in New Zealand and Australia and is the representative for those countries on the international organising committee of the Irish Theatrical Diaspora Project.
Tickets are $115 each. Click here to reserve your seat, or email firstname.lastname@example.org