WHAT? Interesting free round-table lunchtime discussion tomorrow at Open Cities Dublin. The topic is “Food: The Enterprise and Innovation Potential of Food Entrepreneurs from other Countries”, and the discussion is a follow on from a recent Dublin City Council workshop on developing a food strategy for the city.
WHEN? Wednesday 04 May, 12.30–2pm
WHERE? Creation Arcade, Duke Street, Dublin 2
WHO? The discussion will be chaired by Una Fitzgibbon of Bord Bia and is open to all to attend. OPENCities Dublin is a collaborative project between the British Council in partnership with Dublin City Council, City Governments world-wide, the European Commission and a range of institutional partners. It is programmed and curated by FOMACS.
WHY? “OPENCities Dublin is an ambitious initiative that seeks to capitalise on the many resources that a diverse population can bring to a city while simultaneously addressing the challenges that changing demographics involve. It aims to identify strategies the city can employ to become a more popular base for international workers and enterprise and to explore the positive impact and potential that international migration has in improving the attractiveness and competitiveness of the city over the long term.” See website for more details.
HOW MUCH? Free! And so is lunch! But you do need to register so they know you’re coming…
CONTACT? To register, just email email@example.com to RSVP to this open invitation. See http://www.opencitiesdublin.net/#roundtables for more information.