Why Dublin?

Dublin is an inspiring city famous for its hospitality, state-of-the-art conference facilities, and expertise in business matters. In fact, the Fair City is rated 13th by the World Bank for its ease of doing business across the globe. Over 1150 pharmaceutical, healthcare, finance and law firms have chosen Dublin as their European headquarters. Establishment of the Silicon Docks on the south banks of the River Liffey has secured Dublin’s thriving tech start-up culture, in addition to attracting corporations such as Google, Twitter and LinkedIn.

3 Outstanding Dublin Business Venues

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Royal College of Physicians Ireland

No.6 Kildare Street is the perfect city centre venue for conferences, lectures, press launches, presentations and gala dinners. Home to the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland since 1864, this Georgian landmark designed by William Murray blends traditional splendour with contemporary convenience to ensure a memorable occasion.

Offering eight meeting rooms, including the sun-bathed Dun Library, featuring ornamental fireplaces, chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling antique bookcases and portraits of eminent physicians, the RCPI can accommodate up to 190 guests.

Event companies in Dublin such as the Davis events agency and the Dublin Convention Bureau recommend the RCPI in-house event management team for taking care of all modern business venue requirements, from air conditioning, high speed Wi-Fi, and high performance lighting to blackout equipment and the latest video conferencing apparatus.

Law Society of Ireland

The Law Society at Blackhall Place is a classical 17th century former charitable school that has been the chosen setting for welcoming dignitaries, society belles and corporate guests for hundreds of years. Featuring six meeting rooms with a fine 1936 stained glass window of “The Risen Christ” by Irish artist Evie Hone in the Chapel/Presidents’ Hall, and an enchanting walled garden, the society makes the ideal backdrop to awards ceremonies, book launches and training courses. Custom project services and a private IT team will help stage any event from conception to completion.

Trinity College Dublin

Situated on a 40-acre campus in the heart of Dublin, Trinity College has the capacity to host conferences for up to 1200 delegates. Complemented by first-class accommodation and a new 50-metre Olympic swimming pool, the main facilities feature halls and classrooms for plenary and parallel sessions, plus poster presentation and exhibition spaces among the oak bookcases of the Old Library, which houses the world-famous 9th century gospel manuscript, the Book of Kells.