Conor opens new IT company headquarters

Conor cut the ribbon at the official opening of the new UK headquarters of ESET. ESET is the number one IT security vendor based in the European Union. In 2004, ESET established its first Bournemouth base which in fourteen years has grown significantly from its original staff of twelve.

Conor welcomes Stanley Johnson to Bournemouth

Conor recently welcomed former Conservative Party MEP and writer Stanley Johnson to Bournemouth for a dinner with the Sixty-Six Club, a forum for business people interested in local political and business issues within the Bournemouth West constituency, of which Conor is President.

Conor supports Salvation Army feed vulnerable

Supported the Salvation Army by preparing and feeding the most vulnerable in Bournemouth. Conor was invited to help provide food to those in need within his constituency over the May Bank Holiday weekend. 

Conor holds meeting with charity Faithworks

Conor planned a Homelessness Conference with Faithworks & Bournemouth University. Conor met with Alistair Doxat-Purser, Chief Executive of Faithworks and Ian Jones, Head of Regional Community Partnerships at Bournemouth University to discuss how charities, companies and the local authority ca

Minister for Universities visits Academic Showcase

Conor welcomed Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for Universities to Bournemouth University. The Minister’s visit included an academic showcase that combined impactful societal research with professional practice and student input. 

Conor and Minister open new Bournemouth Pier Approach

Conor & Dorset Coastal Forum welcomed the Minister for the Northern Powerhouse & Local Growth, Jake Berry MP to Bournemouth for the official opening of the Bournemouth Pier Approach, which had undergone extensive renovations. 

Conor places charity bet on Grand National

Conor was invited to take part in a Grand National charity bet at Coral. Conor’s winnings were given to Crumbs, the local catering charity for people with learning difficulties and disabilities, of which he is patron.