Donegal Business Network News

My DBN – Denis Finnegan

My DBN Why did I join DBN? Proud founding member of DBN in 2013. I was a member of Cork city BNI for two years and since I moved up here, Pascal Curran kept pressure to create a similar group in Letterkenny. When BNI decided against our group, we created an...

Donegal Hospice is set to benefit to the tune of €15,000

The Donegal Hospice is set to benefit to the tune of €15,000 following a highly successful fund-raising lunch organised in the capital recently by the Donegal Dublin Business Network (DDBN).The organisation’s second Christmas gathering took place at the Clayton Hotel...

Door Prize Winner Jan 16th – Kinnegar Beer and Wine

Door Prize Winner Jan 16th Kinnegar Beer and Wine from the Counter Deli “Its a bit early for BER, but wine not” “This morning the 10 Minute speaker was Dean Spencer from BER in Donegal BERs Dean explained all about BERs or Building Energy Ratings and why someone might...

Inviting Visitors

Inviting Visitors to Donegal Business Network Ten way to ask visitors “Telling people to attend does not work, so find a suitable way to invite them, where they feel it benefits them” When it comes inviting visitors you have to ensure that you sell the benefits of...

My DBN – Michael MacGinty

My DBN Why did I join DBN? We were founder members of DBN in 2013. We were asked by BNI to invite local businesses to form a BNI Chapter and were happy to do so. Along with Pascal Curran we invited dozens of local businesses to join with us. As it turned out BNI did...

Recent Visitor! Guide Dogs NI on top of the world!

Last October a soft toy ‘guide dog’, affectionately named Hillary after mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary and a recent Donegal Business Network visitor, accompanied an intrepid team of volunteers from Guide Dogs NI to Everest base camp. The gruelling challenge tested the...

DBN Celebrates 5 years

DBN or Donegal Business Network celebrates 5 years It is hard to believe that five years have passed since 20+ local businesses got together to establish a local business network. The aim was to help each other grow the businesses, to refer business or...

Business Networking in Letterkenny

Business Networking in Letterkenny Co Donegal Meetings are held every Wednesday morning by Donegal Business Network in the Radisson Hotel at 6.45 am where over 20 members gather to mix and mingle and refer business with other members and visitors. Ask any...