Promote and find business events for free

Dec 14, 2011

Invest Northern Ireland's  website has launched a new Events Finder service making it easier for Northern Ireland businesses and event organisers to source, manage and promote events.  

Events Finder is the most comprehensive free source of business-related events in Northern Ireland and is available at

Shauna Fenton, head of Invest NI’s team, says: “The new Events Finder service will allow businesses to search for networking events, training days and workshops relevant to their business sector, topic and location. Northern Ireland businesses will be able to save valuable time by signing up to receive free email alerts for events and also have the facility to search for upcoming events throughout Northern Ireland from one place.

“It will also enable event organisers to upload and manage their own events, as well as allowing them to process bookings and take payments. The events will also be promoted on relevant pages across the site.

“I would encourage event organisers to register for  the Events Finder service to avail of services such as recording bookings, attendees and no-shows as well as being able to issue automated confirmation, reminder and cancellation emails for delegates. Event organisers can simply register as a contributor on our website at They will then be contacted directly with the guidance and support required to upload and manage the events,” adds Shauna Fenton. is the most comprehensive free source of online business advice in Northern Ireland. To receive key business updates on regulations, funding opportunities and business events, businesses can sign up to the free alert service at

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