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Cork Wins Spring Conference Bid

Author: eabha

A huge congratulations to the fantastic team at Junior Chamber (JCI) Cork who have secured the bid to host JCI Spring Conference, a national event that provides public speaking and debating training.

The trainers for this year's event are John Keating a distinguished Toast Masters - the highest award Toastmasters International can bestow and Leeanne Bradley, a Junior Chamber European and World Debating Champion. Competitions will take place following training where participants will compete to secure the prize of representing Ireland at the JCI European Conference in Tampere Finland this June. 

Winners will be revealed at the Gala Dinner in the Clarion Hotel. 

The conference takes place Friday evening 18th of March with a digital treasure hunt down The Great Street Award 2016 winner Oliver Plunkett Street. Training and competitions will take place on Saturday followed by a Gala Dinner overlooking the River Lee and the inspired architecture of Cork City Hall. Stay tuned to find out more about our guest speaker for the evening, an inspirational women who has impacted the lives of many  of today's great leaders. 

On Sunday JCI Cork would love to bestow the greatest communication gift of all, the gift of eloquence, where attendees will have the opportunity to kiss the Blarney Stone. Tickets go on sale soon, we look forward to welcoming you all to our wonderful city. For further information contact president@jcicork.ie

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