THE Irish Post is to host a VIP Business Gala Dinner at London’s Dorchester Hotel.
The announcement of the October 31 event comes as the Irish Post launches the first in a series of glossy business magazines this year.
The VIP 2013 series will focus on the construction, financial, business and legal sectors, profiling Irish industry leaders and achievements across the country.
The series will culminate in the VIP Business Gala Dinner in The Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane.
This black tie event, featuring key personalities and speakers from the world of business, also promises to be a great night’s entertainment at one of London’s most iconic venues.
The event will provide an opportunity to network and build key business relationships for the future.
Building Britain, free in this week’s Irish Post and sponsored by Careys, is the first in a line of magazines to be published and looks at the impact of the Irish construction industry in Britain.
From iconic sky-scrapers and ground-breaking environmental projects to astonishing feats of engineering underground, Irish companies are leading the way.
Other publications will include Companies 100 and The Irish Post’s Legal 50, which will acknowledge the contribution and excellence of leading Irish legal minds in Britain today.
From fighting miscarriages of justice in Britain highest courts to being at the forefront of some of the most complex cases, Irish legal professionals have proved themselves time and again to be of the uppermost calibre.
The series will also include the Irish in Business magazine – a definite guide to the most innovative and successful Irish businesses in Britain today.
From industries such as tourism, transport, retail, finance and the arts we look at some of the most influential Irish entrepreneurs, professionals and Directors who are adding to the vibrancy and commercial success of ‘Business Britain’.
To book your place at this year’s Irish Post VIP 2013 Business Gala Dinner email vip@http://http://irishpost.co.uk or contact Sarah Murphy on 0208 900 4159 or sarah.murphy@http://http://irishpost.co.uk
A table of 10 costs £1,750. Individual tickets are priced at £175.