The annual EBAN Congress will run over 3 days in April 2021 in Cork City in the South West of Ireland. Cork is Ireland’s second biggest city and home to over half a million people. Cork is Ireland’s largest county and has the second largest harbour in the world. Cork City is a university city with over 35,000 third level Students from over 100 countries. Make sure to visit Pure Cork to find out more about Cork, click on the button below
Cork, located on the outskirts of Europe in the South West of Ireland can be reached from many destinations throughout Europe. With numerous connecting flights through airport Hubs like London and Amsterdam enable easy connections to Cork. Cork is just a 2.5 hour train or bus journey from Dublin which has huge number of international flights in Europe and across the globe.
Cork is home to over 150 overseas companies like Apple, Trend Micro, VMWare, Dell, Stryker, Johnson & Johnson and many more employing over 33,000 people. Cork is a hub for strong Industry clusters like Life-Sciences, ICT, CyberSecurity, Martime research and Medical Research.
The EBAN Cork 2021 Annual Congress will take place in Cork City Hall in the heart of Cork City and easily accessible via public and private transport. Cork City Hall houses the local government offices of Cork City Council. The original Cork City Hall was destroyed on 11 December 1920 during the Irish War of Independence and the new City Hall was officially re-opened by Eamon de Valera on the 8 September 1936.
Pre-Conference sessions like the Global Investor Forum where Startups will pitch to Investors will take place in Cork County Hall located on the outskirts of the city housing the local government offices for Cork County. Cork County Hall was opened in 1968 with 17 floors and was Ireland’s tallest building until 2008.
The Gala Dinner on Thursday April 15th will take place in Páric Uí Chaoimh the Gaelic games stadium in Cork, Ireland and home of Cork GAA. Recently renovated, Páric Uí Chaoimh, is a state of the art facility with a capacity of 45,000 people. The GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) is the Irish international amateur sporting and cultural organisation, focused primarily on promoting indigenous Gaelic games including the traditional Irish sports of Hurling, Camogie and Gaelic football, all of which are played here on a regular basis.