Thursday, July 17 12:02:49
Top CEOs, founders, company owners, political, policy and social leaders will converge on the Ireland Inc Summit in October where they will discuss ways to better the way we do business.
The inaugural Ireland Inc Summit, in association with eircom Business Solutions will leverage Ireland Inc across the boardrooms of Ireland's leading companies, both local and international.
It is an all-island platform, hosted in the spirit of a public private partnership. Sessions will focus on utilising the power of global networks, the critical role of innovation and the need for a redefined business roadmap for Ireland Inc.
The Summit will attract CEOs, founders, company owners, political, policy and social leaders and bring international business thinkers to Dublin. The event will create a unique international gathering and through this platform ignite a range of initiatives to ultimately improve and innovate the way we do business.
Confirmed speakers to date include Kingsley Aikins, CEO & Founder of Diaspora Matters, John Hartnett, Founder and CEO of SVG Partners, Danny McCoy, CEO of IBEC, Tony O'Reilly, CEO of Providence Resources, Tina Roche, Chief Executive of The Foundation for Investing in Communities, Eamonn Sinnott, Vice President of Intel, Domhnal Slattery, CEO of Avolon, Sonia Flynn, Managing Director, Facebook (Ireland) and Oisin Hanrahan, Co-founder and CEO of Handybook.
In addition to an extensive speaker list of established business leaders, the Summit will also welcome more than 300 executives from leading international firms, including Fortune 500 companies, venture capital firms, and start-ups from across the globe.
"We are truly delighted to be working with eircom Business Solutions to create our inaugural Ireland Inc Summit and in doing so driving debate and initiatives that ultimately improve Ireland INC's business platforms and routes to market. The mission of Ireland INC is to promote the interests of Irish businesses globally, strengthen business connections and advance economic development between Ireland and key global markets," said Ian Hyland, President and Founder Ireland Inc.
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