Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Working Internationally

Complimentary Networking Evening for people that have been working in the Engineering Industry over the last number of years throughout Ireland.
Monday 21st June 2010: Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork @ 7.30pm


Monday 21st June 2010: Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork @ 7.30pmThe evening, organised by the Ireland Section of the International Society of Automation (ISA Ireland), will have the topic "Working Internationally." During the 1st half of the evening there will be five presentations lasting about 7 minutes each with plenty of time for questions. The objective is to give valuable informative & practical hints on Working & Communicating Internationally, During the 2nd half of the evening there will be complimentary refreshments allowing time to catch up with friends throughout the industry and there will be ample time to ask the presenters more questions.

This presentation is aimed at giving people information on engineering activities / opportunities around the globe and allowing them to have one on one conversation with people experienced in travelling and using modern electronic communications technology.

After the initial presentation, the presenters from the listed companies will be sitting at tables in
different parts of the room. They will be available to speak to individuals giving the benefit of their experience. It will give you the opportunity to ask questions on a one to one personal basis.

This event is Free - participants can help with estimating final attendee numbers by confirming their attendance by email. But all are welcome even if they don’t have time to confirm.

The Presentations and Presenting Companies
  • The Netherlands/Singapore: DPS Engineering Ltd.
  • China: Life Science Consultants
  • UK/USA/Saudi Arabia: Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Poland/Russia/Bulgaria: Project Management Group
  • Networking with LinkedIn & Skype: ISA Ireland Section
Billy Walsh, Membership Chairman of ISA Ireland, "Our unique Networking Evening is aimed at giving people information on engineering activities / opportunities that exist around the globe. Throughout the evening, an atmosphere and a forum will exist that will allow attendees to have a one to one conversation with people experienced in travelling and using modern communications technology. Speakers will be available from companies / organisations that are listed in the attachment whereby they will share their own experiences of working abroad. Opportunities will be available to ask questions on a one to one basis."

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