The objective of the Connector Cafe is to provide a pleasant private environment where guests can come on their own or with others, to talk business and to network.
We offer guests an exclusive invitation only workspace to unite makers, movers and shakers bringing together different perspectives and diverse backgrounds to inspire innovation and creative thinking.
By mixing skill sets such as business strategy, digital marketing, social media, product design and technology, we hope to solve some of today’s business biggest challenges and explore new partnerships.
More than just business talk we want to be the hub for people and pixels, fostering the digital community and celebrating the culture of innovation in Dublin.
Read more about our new venture and our plans for 2016.
Please contact email@example.com or call +353 1 906 0006 to talk to us!
As part of our ongoing commitment to promoting the best of digital marketing in the food and beverage sector, we are going to promote various foodies in our DigitalFood.ie blog.
To get involved, just answer the following questions and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org
Name & Company?
What exactly do you do in the food & beverage sector?
How did you get into the food industry?
What have been your biggest (online or offline) challenges to date?
Are you active across digital channels? If so which ones?
What are your business objectives for 2016?
What are your favourite food websites?
What food & beverage brands do you most admire on social media and why?
Who are the rising stars in Irish food and why?
Tell us a little known fact about yourself or your business?
What gets you out of bed in the morning?
Any recipes or cooking tips for our readers?
What are your brand’s core values?
Connector is always about connecting people throughout innovative marketing and events, and we are super excited to tap into collective cooperation, attention and trust to support our ever-growing business on its exciting new venture – DigitalFood.ie
DigitalFood.ie is geared towards the food industry and we work with a broad range of customers including food producers, coffee roasters, breweries, restaurants and more.
We are delighted to work with LinkedFinance, an Irish firm that has set up an online crowd funding initiative where Irish businesses can access cashflow from a pool of potential lenders while also give normal people exposure to a new type of investment.
It’s an alternative to borrowing from banks to keep the wheels turning! It’s also a great opportunity for lenders to get a better return than leaving their funds in a deposit account.
It is all about communities helping peers and sharing the results – See their website to understand more how you can join this fantastic community – www.linkedfinance.com
You might be wondering why we’re looking for funding, so let me tell you about our current business and future plans. We currently offer a broad suite of digital services including website design, blogs and mobile apps. We service a wide range of industries, and some of our clients include Bord Bia, Just-Eat.ie, Enterprise Ireland and UCD. By offering a wide range of services, we are in a strong position to service a very diverse customer base. Initially, we secured investment from Enterprise Ireland and NDRC, which was of enormous help during our early years. The business is now successfully trading and growing its revenues.
With the support of the LinkedFinance lenders we are looking to further grow the DigitalFood.ie brand to meet the increased demand for our service and accelerate the results.
How can you help?
Simply click on this link to our LinkedFinance profile and follow the simple steps to make a bid. You can lend anything from €50 – €2,000. To make a bid, click on the green Make a Bid button in the top right-hand corner. Type the amount you are prepared to lend and the interest rate you want to apply, and then click Save. Investors should receive a generous interest rate of approximately 10%!
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