Catriona Henry (NI Chamber), Dermot Leonard (Queen’s University Belfast), Robin Montgomery (Sensata Technologies), Jonathan Hacking (A&L Goodbody), Peter Legge (Grant Thornton), Alan Lowry (Environmental Street Furniture) & Tanya Anderson (NI Chamber).
Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) held an International Collaborative Forum yesterday (Monday 3 February) hosted by Grant Thornton at their premises in Donegall Square West. Over 30 members of the business community attended the Collaborative Forum, which focused on Research and Development as a catalyst for global growth.
The two hour forum brought together Northern Ireland exporters enabling attendees to hear the international growth story of Sensata, recent winner of the Research and Development award at the AIB Business Eye Awards and innovative manufacturer, Environmental Street Furniture. Delegates also had the opportunity to learn from International Champions, A&L Goodbody, Grant Thornton and Queen’s University Belfast.