UCD Innovation Academy invite you to our Alumni Christmas party and fireside chat with advocate of urban regeneration and visionary entrepreneur Harry Crosbie.
Harry Crosbie OBE is best known as the developer who transformed Dublin Docklands and Dublin city’s music scene during the late 1980s and 1990s.
Crosbie’s built legacy includes the legendary Point Depot, now known as the 3 Arena, the award-winning Vicar Street venue, the Gibson and the Bord Gáis Theatre. He also played a major part in the construction of the National Convention Centre, designed by internationally renowned architect, Kevin Roche.
Harry has been a driving force behind the transformation of the Dublin Docklands, from a derelict area to one of the most successful urban renewal projects in Europe and his ambitious vision for Dublin city has and will continue to be a lasting legacy for generations to come.
Join us on Wednesday, December 14th from 6pm for refreshments, networking, and listen to the story of Harry Crosbie, an Irish entrepreneur who made his vision a reality.
This is an Innovation Academy Alumni networking event, open to UCD Innovation Academy Alumni only.
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