Last week Glandore participated in the sixth annual Belfast International Homecoming – the largest gathering of the diaspora in the north of Ireland.
The purpose of the week of engagements was to welcome back the global diaspora family to join in the discussion about building a better Belfast. Delegates from countries such as the US, Spain and Scotland, shaped discussions on progressing prosperity whilst forging relationships and making pledges that will translate into solid actions. The three-day programme took place in venues across the city and covered themes ranging from Arts to Business with a focus on Entrepreneurialism and using smart talent, regeneration and boosting tourism. With the sole objective of underpinning the peace and building a better future for all citizens.
Glandore Managing Director Michael Kelly had the privilege of being invited to address the Homecoming investment conference and in receiving the Belfast Ambassador Medal in City Hall in recognition of Glandore’s investment into Belfast and contribution to the business community.
“Belfast is now coming into its own as a great city to visit and a magnificent city in which to invest or do business – thanks in no small part to Glandore’s visionary leadership”
“What impresses me the most about Belfast, are the Belfast people. I find them to be very warm, friendly, helpful and honourable. I am very proud of the work that my company Glandore does in Belfast. We welcome people from all over the world to our flexible offices, our meeting rooms and our coworking space and I am also very proud of the wonderful Glandore staff who give a warm welcome to all these overseas companies.”