Networking night in Joyces of Wexford offers guests a look into modern technology

By Amy Lewis

Published 29/10/2016 | 00:00

Murtagh Joyce, Madeleine Quirke CEO Wexford Chamber and Derek Joyce with the just released Sony VR Headset for the Playstation at the recent Wexford Chamber Business After Hours event at Joyces.
Murtagh Joyce, Madeleine Quirke CEO Wexford Chamber and Derek Joyce with the just released Sony VR Headset for the Playstation at the recent Wexford Chamber Business After Hours event at Joyces.

The focus was on modern technology at Wexford Chamber's recent Business After Hours event, which brought over 50 businesspeople to Joyces of Wexford.

Guests had an opportunity to experience the new PlayStation VR - a virtual reality head-mounted display developed by Sony, which only launched in store that same evening. IT Experts were also on hand to showcase the newest products to the market from Apple, Lenovo and Epson, while many of the ladies experienced the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer with a complimentary blow dry on the night.

Hungry guests were thrilled to meet with Chef Tony Carty, who demonstrated a selection of canapés for everyone to sample.

'Our family business has developed considerably over the past 72 years with strong product associations with an extensive list of top brand names and it has seen many changes over the years, for example, we have introduced in-house cookery courses for adults and children, which are proving very popular,' said Derek Joyce

The evening ended with a business card draw. Andrew Owen of Bank of Ireland won a Lenovo Yoga Tablet and Donal O'Keeffe of AIB Bank won a Nespresso machine.

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