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Ballsbridge Hotel, Wednesday 12th December 2018

SCI:COM 2018 returns in December for another year! This year's theme is Reputation. Enjoy a day of networking, workshops, new ideas, great speakers and fantastic food. Speakers include Alan Alda, Shaun O'Boyle, Claire O'Connell, Nicola Byrne, Laura Lindenfeld and many others.


Date:
Wednesday 12th December 2018
Time:
8.00am - 5.00pm
Price:
€55 | €130
Address:
Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, Ireland

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