Evolution & Change: Opportunities Offered by the Irish Funds Market Lincoln Recruitment Specialists, Pinsent Masons, Bridge Consulting, MUFG and PwC would like to invite you to a half day conference surrounding the opportunities offered by the Irish funds market. Whatever the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, Ireland, with its highly developed infrastructure and expert advisers … Continued
Our picks: Top 5 Networking Events this May
We have selected our top 5 networking events for May. With major industry leaders taking part in events next month, this is the perfect opportunity to explore and develop both career and business opportunities.
Digital Workplace Ireland Conference 2017
The Digital Workplace Ireland Conference 2017 will feature talks and presentations from Europe’s leading experts on how organisations are creating and shaping a digital workplace, one that will dramatically reduce paper usage and improve back-end business processes. There will also be a European expert panel discussion as well as stands and practical demonstrations from the leading Irish and International providers of digital workplace solutions.
08:30 – 17:30, Wed, 10 May 2017 – Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
Cost: €123 – €184.50
Momentum Summit 2017
Dublin Chamber of Commerce will organise an extended half day conference targeting SMEs. The event will provide business insights, giving the attendees an important competitive advantage. Also, the event will comprise presentations by industry experts, 5 masterclasses and opportunities to network with key contacts from Dublin’s business community.
08:00 – 17:00, Fri, 19 May 2017 – Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
Cost: Non-members rate €200 | Corporate Bundle member only €250
Iso50001 Ireland 2017
SO50001 Ireland is an industry conference which will bring together approximately 200 senior management from Irish Business who are considering the transition to this International energy standard but have yet to make the journey.
The theme/profile of this event is simply to create an exchange of information between organisations who are about to make the transition to ISO50001 and companies who have already made the transition. Our speakers have been carefully selected based on their experiences and knowledge of this standard and are keen to network with delegates in an effort to develop the standard further within Ireland.
08:00 – 16:30, Wed, 24 May 2017 – Croke Park Jones’ Road Dublin 3
Cost: €195 – €295
European Insurance Forum 2017 (EIF2017)
The European Insurance Forum (EIF) takes place in Dublin on May 25, 2017.
Dublin has developed into one of the few truly international re/insurance centres by becoming a home to both generalists and specialists: this diversity of business gives Dublin its unique flavour as an international centre for risk business. The conference theme is “Change the Game” reflecting not least the impact of Brexit but also other big trends which will shape our industry in the next few years.
A number of senior global industry figures and policy makers have been invited to participate. You can view EIF2016 speakers here
08:00 – 23:30, Thu 25 May 2017 – Croke Park Jones’ Road Dublin 3
Cost: Early bird tickets from €706.50
The Irish Times Economic Summit 2017: Opportunity from Uncertainty?
As the tentative economic recovery continues, the Irish economy is exposed to major global forces.
The Irish Times Economic Summit 2017 will explore the impact of Brexit, how the French elections in May could yet trigger an even greater EU economic earthquake. And, Trump’s tax and trade agenda look certain to impact foreign investment and jobs here. Leading politicians and business leaders come together to address the challenges and to discuss the opportunities that may arise at this pivotal moment of political and economic change.
07:30 – 11:30, Tues May 2017 – The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel, 27 Saint Stephen’s Green, Dublin
Cost: €227.70 – €292.58 | Early Bird price of €175
Lincoln Salary & Employment Insights Report findings: What’s the most demanded employee benefit, which sectors plan high recruitment and where’s the biggest talent crisis? Lincoln Salary Survey 2019 launch pictured (l/r) Alan Ahearne and Shay Dalton. Photo Chris Bellew. The Lincoln Salary and Employment Insights Survey shows strong business and employee confidence across the majority of … Continued
Talented professionals from all walks of life recognised at glittering awards ceremony in the Mansion House, Dublin. The winners of this year’s Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards in association with KBC Bank have been revealed. Professionals from across 16 different sectors entered this year’s competition which saw a record number of entries. A selection of Ireland’s … Continued