Stay Ahead of the Curve

Croke Park, Friday 29th March 2019.

Staying ahead of the curve on sector developments is essential to ensure your business maintains a competitive edge and is better equipped to navigate a dynamic and changing industry landscape

Leading motivational speaker, David Meade, will take to the stage to deliver the Keynote address on how to ‘Mind your Business’ at the upcoming Construction Management Summit 2019 which takes place on Friday, 29 March at Croke Park.

The industry-leading agenda and speaking panel for this inaugural event will address the issues directly affecting businesses operating within the construction sector, including how to compete and maintain your competitive edge in today’s dynamic, and often turbulent, business landscape. It will offer real-world and practical knowledge and learnings about the latest industry trends, as well as best practices in construction business operations management, productivity, skills and training.

Stephen Bowcott, CEO, John Sisk & Sons, will address the conference on how to transform productivity in the construction sector and take innovation to the next level to ensure your business leads the way ahead of your competitors.

Leading speakers, case studies and panel discussions all make up the agenda on a day not to be missed for industry leaders.

This inaugural Construction Management Summit is organised by iQuest & Business Post Events and adds to an impressive portfolio of events that the company has been organising on behalf of the CIF since 2016, including the CIF Annual Conference, CIF Digital Construction Summit and CIF Health & Safety Conference.

All of their construction events offer exclusive discounted rates to CIF members on both delegate fees and sponsorship packages. Rates on the inaugural Construction Management Summit start from as low as €169 + vat for CIF members.

For more information or to book your tickets for the Construction Management Summit on 29 March at Croke Park visit www.constructionsummit.ie

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