Business Blogging Breakfast, April 22nd , Dublin

I’m just putting the finishing touches to my slides for a short presentation I’m giving at an event in Dublin next week. Organised by the Irish Internet Association, the event is a Breakfast Briefing on Business Blogging at the Burlington Hotel on April 22nd. It runs from 7:45 am until 9.30 am. It’s an early start but promises to be an enjoyable and interesting event.


It’s run under the auspices of the IIA Social Media Working Group and the group’s White Paper on Business Blogging will be launched at the event. The event will be chaired by Brendan Hughes of FBD Insurance and case studies will be presented by myself and Michelle Daly of

Details of the event can be found here. It would be great to see you there.

Right – back to finish off those slides …….


  1. David Lombard said


    Really enjoyed your piece today. Very informative for companies who dont have the client base the size of Paddy Power or FBD.

    Will have a look through the website but cant promise anything since I dont have any kids!!

    Well done on the talk again and best of luck with the venture.

    David Lombard

  2. Hi David,
    Glad you enjoyed it. And thanks for commenting.
    All the best — Aedan

  3. Martina Hennessy said

    Hi Aedan,

    Well done on your presentation yesterday, I found it really useful and could relate to alot of your comments. You have given me the inspiration I needed to get blogging!

    Looking foward to sampling Puddleducks wares and will spread the word, your clothes look great.

    Martina Hennessy

  4. Hi Martina.

    Thanks for you comment. It’s great to hear that I might have helped in inspiring you in starting to blog. Please drop me an email at if you’d like any other advice or information.


  5. […] was a pleasure to share the stage with Aedan Ryan and Michelle Daly. Their presentations will make really good case studies and we’ll work on […]

  6. Nick McGivney said

    I thought it was great for businesses who haven’t yet got their feet wet, Aedan, and you presented a very simple but sensible case for why (and how) they should jump in. Enjoyed.

  7. Hi Nick,
    Thanks for the feedback, Good to meet you at the event.
    Cheers — Aedan

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