If you are looking for a photographer to cover your event or conference in the Convention Centre Dublin or any other venue in Dublin then please get in touch. Simon Peare is an experienced photographer based in Dublin, a member of the Press Photographers Association of Ireland and has covered conferences from organisations from all over the world. He can cover your conference or provide a team of photographers if there are multiple events happening at the same time in different locations.
All coverage includes all images provided in a digital format with in 7 days of the conference. If images are required on demand for social media during the conference for sharing as meetings are happening this can also be provided. All images are backed up for a minimum of 12 months. Before the conference we would have a video call or meeting if you are in Dublin to discuss your particular requirements.
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The Convention Centre Dublin opened in 2010 and the glass fronted building has quickly become one of Dublin's notable landmarks. Set in the heart of the city on the banks of the river Liffey it is a perfect place or an Irish or foreign organisation to host a conference. The building itself holds 22 multi-functional rooms suitable for meeting, banquets, exhibitions and conferences.
At the heart of the Convention Centre Dublin is the Auditorium. An almost 2000 seated capacity space. 20 Wheelchair spaces, 7 interpretation booths, a 14m wide screen and a state of the art Audio Visual Room.
Perfect sightlines to the full-size theatrical stage ensure the speaker has everyone’s attention. With stall capacity of 898 and circle capacity of 1,097, the Auditorium offers great flexibility, with some clients choosing to use the stalls only for smaller plenary sessions.
The Auditorium is generally used for opening and closing sessions at conferences as well as key note speakers
The Forum or Exhibition space is just that. Based on the ground floor, typically it is used for exhibitors at a conference to interact and show off their products and services to the delegates. It can easily accommodate 3000-4000 people at one time. It is also usually used as a social area used for coffee breaks, meals and after conference drinks. The Convention Centre's catering staff is excellent at providing what you require.
The Liffey and Wicklow Halls are on the 1st and second floors. They are large spaces that can be used as is or broken down into smaller rooms. They are generally used for workshops. All the halls have large screens and all the audio visual equipment you will need
The Convention Centre in Dublin also has 22 breakout rooms on the 1st and 2nd levels for smaller meetings. All equipped with audio visual equipment to provide your speakers give their presentation.
The Convention Centre in Dublin is in the heart of Dublin City and has lots of things to do in the evening after the conference has finished for the day. All within a few minutes walk or a short taxi ride.
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