Leading "Dragon's Den" panelists from the successful UK and Irish Shows got together to launch The Entrepreneur Show which takes place in the RDS in April. At the launch was leading entrepreneur and businessman Gavin Duffy, Rachel Elnaugh one of the original "Dragon's Den" panelist and Bobby Kerr, Director of Insomnia Coffee Group.
A host of celebrity Dragon's Den panelists from the Irish and UK Dragons Den shows launch The New Entrepreneur Show in the RDS
Leading Dragon's Den panelists from the successful UK and Irish Dragon's Den television shows got together in Dublin to launch the innovative New Entrepreneur's Show which takes place in the RDS, Dublin, 23rd and 24th April, 2010.
Theses include Rachel Elnaugh, one of the original Dragon's Den panelists from the BBC's first Dragon's Den show. Rachel made her name and fortune from her Red Letter Days company. She was joined by two of the key Irish Dragon's, Bobby Kerr, Director of Insomnia Coffee Group and leading entrepreneur and business man, Gavin Duffy. They met up at the Molly Malone Statue on Grafton Street in recognition of one of Dublin's and Ireland's first entrepreneurs, Molly Malone, a much celebrated 17th century fishmonger.
The Entrepreneur Show which is the first of its kind in Ireland aims to provide everything a "budding or existing entrepreneur" needs to know under one roof. There will be over 100 exhibitors providing information on all aspects of business including banking and finance, tax, accountancy and legal matters, marketing, advertising and PR, Brand and Product development as well companies which specialise in hospitality, recruitment, and environmental and farming organisations.
There will be an opportunity to meet the Dragons including Rachel Elnaugh who will be joined by another BBC Dragon, Richard Farleigh as well as Bobby Kerr, Gavin Duffy and Sean Gallagher and many other high profile Entrepreneurs and Industry Experts speaking at the show. Over the two days people can get advice from them plus their top tips for setting up and running a successful business, and with Google as one of the main headline partners for the show you will get essential know-how, on the online marketing of your business, straight from the horses mouth.
There also will be an opportunity to put your potential business through the "Invest Test" which will be judged by a panel of live business experts who will tell you whether your business idea is investable or not.
Full information is on the website www.theentrepreneurshow.com. Tickets cost €20.00 per person, per day and they include an opportunity to book a "one to one" appointment with an exhibitor of interest to you. They can be bought on-line with special offers available to those who book early.
Show Director, Darren O'Toole said "If you're in business or thinking of starting a new one then you cannot afford to miss this show. Or if you know someone who could benefit from attending the show then pass the word on as it is an opportunity to avail of the correct information for the professional development of your business.
The Dragons added "In theses difficult times we welcome the staging of The Entrepreneur Show. It is a practical and valuable show to help get new and existing businesses up and running again in Ireland. Irish people are natural entrepreneurs and have achieved great success at home and abroad. We urge everyone to consider attending it as it could be a life changing experience for you."
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