November 2018: Asia Pacific Ireland Business Forum 2018
Fine Grain Property were delighted to present at the Asia Pacific Ireland Business Forum in Bangkok, Thailand which was focusing on “Sustainability – Building Long-Term Success for Irish Companies in Asia”.
Aoife Murray, Captain of the Cork Camogie team, nine times All-Ireland Winner and Portfolio Manager at Fine Grain Property addressed the Forum, speaking about “Sustainable Success – Lessons from two fields – Camogie and Real Estate”. Aoife shared how her experiences and lessons learnt on the camogie field could be transferred across to the commercial world.
Whilst Colin MacDonald, CEO, Fine Grain Property highlighted how Fine Grain Property, with its highly experienced team, is committed to the needs of employers across Ireland, creating high-quality, flexible spaces with a bespoke mix of facilities. Colin spoke about how Fine Grain Property’s success to date has been underpinned by always listening to the company’s end-users and providing them with the best possible care and high-quality facilities, tailored to their specific needs.
It was a very successful day and Fine Grain Property was delighted to have been part of it.
From Left to right:
Mr. Tony Cotter, Ambassador of Ireland to Thailand.
Ms. Aoife Murray, Fine Grain Property.
Mr. Ciarán Cannon, Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development.
Mr. Colin MacDonald, CEO, Fine Grain Property.
Mr. Korn Chatikavanij, Former Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Thai Fintech Association.