WIN: TICKETS TO SHOW & TELL THIS WEEKEND

We’re giving you the chance to win tickets to Show & Tell this weekend, the showcase for creative people, products and projects in Dublin

 

We’re giving you the chance to win a pair of tickets worth €40 each to the Show & Tell creative conference in Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre this Saturday 19 November for creative people, products and projects in Dublin.

The creative conference and market is aimed at creative people in Dublin (and elsewhere) who are looking to network, get inspired and learn about developing creative ideas.

A bit about Show and Tell:

Show & Tell is taking place November 19th in Smock Alley, and is a project of four creative, young entrepreneurs in Dublin. Our aim with this particular creative conference & market is to build an annual event to showcase the creative people, products and projects in this great city. Here’s what you can expect in the 3 spaces.

Theatre: There will be talks on creative & social entrepreneurship running throughout the day curated by Slowseries, Just Six Degrees and The HunReal Issues.

Boys School: The Local Enterprise Office will be putting on 3 workshops aimed at helping small scale entrepreneurs develop their idea and grow their business. The workshops will be hosted by Tara Prendergast from Biscuit.ie.

Banquet Hall: The Christmas market will feature stalls from some of Dublin’s best doers and makers, such as April and The Bear, Home Lust, Repeal Project, Ail + El and many more.

 

Too good of a business opportunity to leave up to chance? Tickets for the event can be booked here.

Check out Show & Tell on their website to learn more and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

To win the pair of tickets to Show & Tell this Saturday 19 November, simply answer the question below.* The winner will be selected this Thursday and notified by email.

*Only one entry per person, multiple entries from the same person will disqualify the entrant from the competition.

 


 

Show & Tell is the project of how many creative, young entrepreneurs in Dublin?

 

 

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