About Toys4Engineers 2020
The Toys4Engineers is a hugely important event to showcase the talent and innovation that exists within the engineering, tech and pharma industry on a national level.
In light of Covid-19, we are moving the event online and over three days with a very exciting line-up which offers something for everyone.
Now in its fourth year it’s the ideal event for anyone from startups to multinationals looking to showcase their product, share ideas, learn the latest innovations in technology, generate sales leads and expand contact bases.
This Chambers Ireland Event of the Year which is organised by Waterford Chamber, in association with Waterford Institute of Technology will take place from Tuesday, October 6th to Thursday, October 8th.
There are four key elements to this year’s event and we want you to be involved.
1. Digital Expo – showcase you products and services with a professionally created video.
We’ll do the recording, all you have to do is sell and we’ll even let you keep the video. Email Angela today to book firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Conference – Join us each day at 12pm as we introduce new topics for discussion.
Each day will be facilitated by an professional moderator who will explore new innovations and ideas with our panel of industry professionals. This is a free event but booking in advance is essential.
3. Meet the Buyer – Being run in conjunction with IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland.
We will be matching indigenous companies with multi-nationals to generate sales leads.
4. Recruitment – are you from outside Waterford and looking for a new career?
Join us as we work with Crystal Valley Tech to promote the top jobs in the region. Meet with recruiters directly and start you new life here in the sunny South East.
Who Should Attend
Chief Executive Officers
Heads of Manufacturing
Heads of Human Resources
Heads of Purchasing
Manufacturing Innovation Leaders
Business Development Managers
Chief Technology Officers
Secondary School Students thinking of Engineering
Everyone interested in the latest hi-tech engineering toys