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Irish Charities Expo hoping to attract up to 1,500 visitors

The organisers of the first Irish Charities Expo hope to attract up to 1,500 visitors to the event, which will be held in Dublin next month.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
21st April, 2012
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Greg O'Sullivan, managing director, Clearpoint Media; David Lane, managing director, Ecclesiastical Insurance; and keynote speaker Dr Constantin Gurdgiev. Photo: Jason Clarke

The organisers of the first Irish Charities Expo hope to attract up to 1,500 visitors to the event, which will be held in Dublin next month.

The expo aims to bring together not-for-profit organisations, businesses and members of the public to network, develop partnerships and discuss best practice in the charity sector.

More than 5,000 company representatives have been invited to attend the event, which has been described as a first of its kind for Ireland....

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