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Getting into the flow at Grundfos

Dan Sykes, newly-appointed Grundfos Marketing Project Manager

Grundfos Ireland has appointed Dan Sykes as its new Marketing Project Manager. With a decade of marketing experience under his belt, Dan has worked in a variety of B2B and B2C industries including real estate, web hosting and business software.

When asked about his thoughts on joining Grundfos, Dan said: “I’m delighted to be part of such an innovative and socially-responsible company. What Grundfos is doing for the climate and global water crisis is exceptional and I’m excited to be part of a process that makes homes and businesses more energy efficient using Grundfos technology.”

Born and raised in Hamilton, ON, Canada, Dan attended McMaster University where he studied English, communications and marketing. He has worked in Canada, England and Ireland, and now brings this combined experience to his new role.

Grundfos to sponsor CIBSE Ireland Golf Outing

Pictured at a lunch to announce details of the Grundfos Ireland sponsorship are Liam McDermott, Sales Director, Grundfos Ireland; Stephen Weir, CIBSE Ireland; Brian Harrison, Grundfos Ireland; Paul Martin, Chairman, CIBSE Ireland; and Pat Lehane, Publisher & Editor Building Services News.

This year’s CIBSE Ireland annual golf outing will take place at Luttrelstown Castle Golf & Country Club with Grundfos as the principal sponsor. The date is Friday, 7 September. It is a four-man, team event and the format is shotgun start. Bookings are now open but slots are filling up fast.

Luttrellstown Castle Golf & Country Club is situated within the walled estate of Luttrellstown Castle and is a championship parkland course with McKenzie/Steele design. A feature is the links-style bunkers. The course measures over 7347 yards from the championship tees, making it a worthy test for golfers of all levels.

Water is featured on 11 holes, meaning accurate tee shots determine where and how much of the hazard must be crossed. The view from the 15th tee down across the Liffey Valley and Strawberry Beds is spectacular, while the par four 2nd  presents visitors with the first glimpse of the castle. A view of a romantic Doric Temple and quaint Boathouse also adds to the appeal of this hole. The stretch between the 12th and 16th holes is the most demanding and it is here most games are won or lost.

It promises to be a wonderful occasion so get booking now at www.cibseireland.org.