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NETWORKING EVENTS

Networking events are free for registered delegates. Please register your accompanying person (for spouses and partners only).

What is included in the accompanying person fee? All three networking events!

One single price for:

the welcome cocktail (Tuesday)

the exhibition aperitif (Wednesday)

the dinner party (Thursday)





Welcome cocktail

Tuesday 20/03/2018
19:30-21:00
200€ *
(welcome cocktail, exhibition aperitif & dinner party)
* all prices exclude VAT (23%)
Conference Centre Dublin (CCD)
Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1

This will be the first occasion to meet and taste Irish specialties. All delegates and registered accompanying persons are welcome to join. Please wear your badge to enter.

Exhibition aperitif

Wednesday 21/03/2018
17.00-18.00
200€ *
(welcome cocktail, exhibition aperitif & dinner party)
* all prices exclude VAT (23%)
Conference Centre Dublin (CCD)
Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1

The afternoon will end with a cocktail reception in the exhibition hall. Over 100 booths presenting the latest products and cutting-edge solutions from printers and suppliers at the forefront of the security printing industry. An extraordinary and unique showcase of banknote and identity technology, to be discovered in a relaxed atmosphere.


Dinner party

Thursday 22/03/2018
19.00-01.00 hrs
Shuttle buses from the CCD at 19:00
Return shuttles from 23:00
200€ *
(welcome cocktail, exhibition aperitif & dinner party)
* all prices exclude VAT (23%)
Guinness Storehouse
St James's Gate, Dublin 8

A truly special occasion in a truly special venue - the legendary St. James’s Gate Brewery.

Home of Guinness since 1759, this is where grains, water, barley, hops and yeast were once left to ferment to make the Black Stuff: the dark stout that has become synonymous with Ireland.

Discover everything there is to know about the making of this world famous beer and brand across the seven floors of the Guinness Storehouse’s steel-framed, Chicago-style building, fittingly wrapped around a vast atrium in the shape of a pint glass, before enjoying the best in Irish cuisine and taking to the dance floor.

Where better to end the day in great company? A quintessentially Dublin experience.

Last modified on Monday, 25 September 2017 12:12