ANOTHER PRESTIGIOUS LINE UP ANNOUNCED FOR THE TALKS

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August
20 2008

ANOTHER PRESTIGIOUS LINE UP ANNOUNCED FOR THE TALKS

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Dublin ; As Motorola Dublin Fashion Week (MDFW) kicks into top gear for the run up to the event at the end of August, the very exciting selection of speakers that will come in for The Talks is announced. These short presentations in association with Dublin City Enterprise Board have proven hugely popular and are sold out every season

Venue: Mezzanine Level, Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8

Tickets: "5 " payable at the door on a first come, first served basis.

Schedule
Monday, August 25th @ 6pm
Donal Bolger - Chartered accountant and financial consultantDonal qualified as a chartered accountant in 1992 and established BLG Financial Accountants in 1999. Prior to this Donal had been on the board of directors of numerous companies including John Rocha’s Glibro Design Ltd. The industries that he has been involved in include fashion, retail, software and property.

Tuesday, August 26th @ 1pm
Constance Harris -Fashion Editor: Sunday Independent
Constance’s first job was in the Gap store in Dublin’s Ilac Centre and then throughout her teenage years she worked as a runner on fashion shoots and styled her first fashion shoot for IMAGE magazine in 1986. After graduating with a degree in Communication Studies she went to New York and worked in retail before returning to Dublin to train as a producer at the National Film and Television School. Since the beginning of 1997 Constance has been the fashion editor of the Sunday Independent Newspaper.

Wednesday, August 27th @ 1pm
Dublin City Enterprise Board, the state funded agency that helps start ups and the development of small businesses in Dublin city with Enterprise information, advice, financial assistance, business networks and training. As one of MDFW’s associated sponsors, each season Dublin City Enterprise Board have supported the Dublin based Designers to participate in the catwalk shows that have become an integral part of MDFW.
Each season they have lent their experience and expertise to their presentation which have proven more than popular with students, budding designers and even those who are simply interested in learning more about the industry.
”¢ “How to sell your fashion label overseas.”
o EXPORT Why, When?
o EXPORT Which Market?
o EXPORT How To Tackle Your Market?
o EXPORT Closing The Sale
o EXPORTS Hidden Costs & Continuity
o EXPORTING Case Studies & examples
o EXPORTING What support is available?
John Fennell is from a marketing background and has worked as a Fashion Mentor for DCEB for over 12 years. His areas of expertise include market entry strategy, new brand launches, multiple store retailing and the export and distribution of clothing brands.
Eibhlin Curley is Assistant Chief Executive of DCEB with ten years experience working with Irish enterprises including craft and fashion on an international scale.

Source by Motorola


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