Food Sector Mentoring Session

Dublin Food Chain Events

back to events »

Event Date:  5:30pm, 11th September 2019

Location:  Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, (formally The Stillorgan Park Hotel), Stillorgan Rd, Stillorgan, Dublin , Ireland

Ticket Price: €15

 

Book Now

This is a specialist event being run for the first time by Dublin Food Chain.  DFC member feedback from other events suggests that you want longer access to individual experts.  This event will see over 20 expert mentors from the food sector hosting 45 minute one to one mentor sessions.  You have the choice of one mentor to do your session with.  Once you have booked and paid for this mentor, we will not be in a position to reallocate sessions as the mentors will already have been allocated to other people, so do think about your preferred session.

As we have just over 40 slots (each mentor meeting two different businesses), mentor availability will potentially be gone within hours.  Don’t delay in making your choice and book and pay immediately.

It is being led by LEO Dun Laoghaire Rathdown and the event will take place in Talbot Hotel Stillorgan (formerly Stillorgan Park).  Each mentor will provide a separate session to two different businesses.  The time slots are 18.00 and 19.00.  The booking system will show you availability.  Please arrive 15 minutes before your session, late arrivals will forfeit their session and refunds will not be possible.  The fee for your session is €15.

  • Neil Shirt Catering - Setting up a café business (Website)
  • Padraig Og, Boxty House - Food tourism (LinkedIn) (Website)
  • Branding mentor Dave Curran - Food Branding (Website)
  • Freshways Ian Mullin - Product innovation in the food sector (LinkedIn) (Website)
  • Mary Daly (Managing Director of The Food Safety Company) - Food Safety Application for Manufactures and Food Service Operators. (Website)
  • Dominic Foley (Senior Consultant with The Food Safety Company) - Food Safety/Health & Safety compliance workshop. (Website)
  • Christopher Graham Aramark - Getting listed with a foodservice operator (LinkedIn)
  • Stephen Carr, Pizza Sorrento - Supplying the retail sector (Website)
  • Barra McFeely (Buying Manager at Tesco) - Through the eyes of the buyer (LinkedIn)
  • Branding mentor Paula McKenna - Food Branding (Website)
  • Michael Gough LEO Mentor - Finance and funding a business (Linkedin)
  • Niall Glynn LEO Mentor - Business planning (LinkedIn)
  • Lisa Cunningham LEO Mentor - PR and marketing (LinkedIn)
  • Hugo Arnold - Building your brand through the press (Website)
  • Fiacra Nagle - Exploring Strategies to Grow and Expand your food Business (LinkedIn) (Website)
  • Gerry Byrne Shelfstock - Retail store layouts (LinkedIn) (Website)
  • Glenn Troy Allego - Food Distribution (LinkedIn)
  • Emily Bradshaw - Social Media Marketing (LinkedIn)
  • Brian O'Leary (Dublin Meat Company) - Managing a growing retail business (Website) (LinkedIn)
  • Mariea Mullally (Senior Enterprise Development Officer LEO) - LEO supports and grants (LinkedIn)
  • Nils Murphy (Innovate Solutions)  Consumer Research for Food Products – Does Your Product Pass the Taste Test? (Website)
  • Aidan Murphy (Innovate Solutions)  Consumer Research for Food Products – Does Your Product Pass the Taste Test? (Website)
  • Jim Walsh (Walsh PR) Securing Valuable PR (Website)
  • Rocy Liu (Bradley Digital) Demystifying SEO (Website)
  • Ray Connolly (Donnybrook Fair) Succeeding in supplying Speciality Retailers (Website)

LEO master LS Pos 2

Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.

EU ERDF EN 300pxIreland's EU Structural
and Investment Funds Programmes 2014 - 2020