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Have you ever considered going beyond the confines of your town,
city or region to challenge your approach to problems?
Common Purpose Quests are your opportunity to do so. Spend a day
immersed in the economic, political and social context of another
location (at home or overseas), learning lessons and comparing
challenges with leaders from across the world.
Quests are a fantastic opportunity to gain a unique insight into
the culture of another location!
Common Purpose Quests are run throughout the year to
destinations such as Frankfurt, Dublin, Amsterdam, Budapest,
Istanbul, Lille, Stuttgart, Essen, Cape Town and Johannesburg, as
well as a range of different locations in the UK. For a list of
dates and destinations, go to the booking form tab.
For the full list of events or for more information, please
email us at email@example.com.
We are delighted that you would like to take part in a Common
Purpose Quest. To secure a place, please contact your local
Common Purpose office.
Places are limited, so we strongly encourage you to register as
soon as possible. We are reserving places on a first come, first
served basis. Once you return the booking form, we will hold a
place for you. Official confirmation of placement is conditional
upon receipt of full payment prior to the event.
If there is not a Quest to a location that is of interest or at
a convenient time, it is possible to arrange for a bespoke Quest to
be designed for your organisation or partnership. Find out more
about this from your local Common Purpose office.
Dublin was at the core of Ireland's growth during the recent
boom years. A view from any rooftop in the city would have been
filled with new developments, and buildings rising high into the
sky. Though these times were good, the growth was not sustainable
and the economic recession saw many company closures, a steep rise
in unemployment and a short-sightedness in the preparation and
education of the workforce of the future.
The challenges that the city now faces are many. As Irelands
economic engine, our Quest day will look at whether the city has
the political, economic and cultural capacity to lead Irelands
During the day we will be looking at:
• Where has Dublin come from? What have been the key events in
Dublin's past and what lessons can be drawn from them?
• What next for Dublin? What are the key trends and
opportunities being embraced by leaders in Dublin?
This day will bring participants into contact with those
who are at the forefront of the many challenges facing Dublin and
give them an opportunity to gain new perspectives on how this city
is adapting to its new realities.
Sir David BellChairman, Financial Times Group
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