You are invited, SME breakfast seminar

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to the first SME Breakfast seminar of 2014, to be held in the AIB Lab in Dundrum Town Centre. The title of this seminar is ‘Using Mobile Technology to Grow Your Business Abroad’. This seminar will include a presentation from Noel Davidson from QED Training, who is an expert in the field of using Mobile technology to drive business. As always there will be an opportunity at the end for attendees to interact and network.


Mr Noel Davidson, QED Training

Noel Davidson is a business owner, mentor and trainer and General Manager of QED Training. His specialities include: Social Media, E-Marketing, Information Technology, Marketing and Sales Promotion, Business Improvement, Innovation & Entrepreneurship He is an expert in social and digital media and is an Apple Product & Integration Professional as well as an Apple Certified Trainer (ACT).Between 2008 and 2010 Noel was employed with Sigma Telecom as Apple/Digital Lifestyle Product Manager with responsibility for their ICT sales team.

Noel has worked with QED Training since early 2010 and has proven highly successful in bringing start-up and small business owners through the challenges of marketing, sales and digital media for the benefit of their business.

Noel has conducted Idea Generation, Marketing and Social Media Workshops such as social media and digital marketing, social media for business, getting Irish business online, beginners and advanced social media workshops, small business websites, business apps, E-marketing, etc. to SME’s all over Ireland.

To reserve a place at this event, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Monday, 15 July 2019
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Member Login

Business Insights & Tips


Jill Holtz
1864 Points
Tena Glaser
1386 Points
Michael Lane
802 Points
Ron Immink
732 Points
Fionan Murray
719 Points
View Leaderboard