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Irish Pharmacy Awards 2019 – Have you Booked Your Table?

The eighth Irish Pharmacy Awards are taking place on Saturday, May 18th 2019 in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road Dublin and table bookings are now being accepted.

The importance and popularity of the Irish Pharmacy Awards are reflected by the speed with which table bookings are made.

Last year’s table booking sold out a month before the event, and for that reason, those wishing to attend are being urged to book fast, as this year’s event promises to be even bigger and better than its predecessors!

Join over 650 of Ireland’s leading pharmacy professionals, academics, VIPs and pharmaceutical leaders for a unique opportunity to network, celebrate, share in innovation and education and celebrate with the pharmacy individuals and teams leading the way, judges, finalists and sponsors.

The Irish Pharmacy Awards seek to uncover those individuals and teams putting in the groundwork to the enhancement of community pharmacy throughout Ireland.

They represent a unique and high-profile opportunity to celebrate the excellence and amazing achievements of Ireland’s pharmacy professionals, and reaffirm Irish Pharmacy News’s commitment to the core pursuits of pharmacy: excellence in health and innovation.

Individual ticket price

€220 + VAT

Table of 10 price 

€2,400 + VAT

Table of 12 price 

€2,600 + VAT

All Table Bookings include (per person seated):

  • Champagne on arrival
  • Unrivalled networking
  • Awards Book of Excellence – programme and commentary on finalists and the night
  • 5 course dinner
  • Tea, coffee and petit four
  • Top entertainment and keynote address
  • Charity auction featuring incredible and unique prizes and experiences
  • Discounted accommodation at the Clayton Hotel and other hotels near the ceremony

To book your table today, please click here.

Alternatively, you can make a booking through Anna Carr at anna@ipn.ie.

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