Craig Tait

Craig Tait

"We have outgrown the reputation of London’s little brother, and are now seen as a truly modern European city in our own right, with many firms relocating here"

"We have outgrown the reputation of London’s little brother, and are now seen as a truly modern European city in our own right, with many firms relocating here"

Orla O’Gorman, Head of Equity Listing at Euronext Dublin on Ireland's role in the world of finance

'The range of capital options available to Irish SMEs has never been as diverse and extensive as it is today'

'The range of capital options available to Irish SMEs has never been as diverse and extensive as it is today'

Leo Casey, head of the Business Growth Fund in the Republic of Ireland on new trends emerging in the SME industry

'As the infrastructure is being constructed, we will need young leaders front and centre, who can be supported & guided by experienced hands'

'As the infrastructure is being constructed, we will need young leaders front and centre, who can be supported & guided by experienced hands'

Clodagh Barry, Executive at the Western Development Commission on the key factors in developing smart cities and regions

What renovation rules mean for the construction industry

What renovation rules mean for the construction industry

The construction industry needs to respond to changes in regulations by upskilling and developing the workforce, Orla Coyle of the SEAI will tell the CIF Construction Management Summit

How changes in the law may affect construction sector

How changes in the law may affect construction sector

Employment law expert Loughlin Deegan of ByrneWallace will give an update on recent developments at the National Construction Summit

Ireland will be ahead of the curve when it comes to having the necessary skills and expertise to embrace and also commercialise AI

Ireland will be ahead of the curve when it comes to having the necessary skills and expertise to embrace and also commercialise AI

Paul Verkaik, head of the IPsoft EMEA Solution Architecture organisation believes AI and humans working in unison will drive creativity, efficiency and effectivity in Ireland

Putting AI to work

Putting AI to work

Irfan Rasul will tell the National AI and Machine Learning Summit that technologies to support AI have matured considerably

"Brexit is a significant risk to the Irish economy and the housing sector in particular"

"Brexit is a significant risk to the Irish economy and the housing sector in particular"

It’s likely to affect demand and supply of housing which will have major implications for home financing says Kieran McQuinn, research professor and head of economics at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).

Taking construction businesses to the next level

Taking construction businesses to the next level

Emma Hayes of Digital Built Consultants will provide insights into the various techniques that can help improve productivity at the 2019 CIF Construction Management Summit

Beyond the hype: How businesses can implement AI

Beyond the hype: How businesses can implement AI

Viktor Kovačević, vice-president and general manager of Comtrade Digital Services, will tell the forthcoming AI and Machine Learning Summit that AI will shape not just industry, but society as a whole

'Ireland is well placed to build the skills needed from the strong foundations that exists across our education sector and technology savvy workplace'

'Ireland is well placed to build the skills needed from the strong foundations that exists across our education sector and technology savvy workplace'

Owen Lewis, Partner, Management Consulting at KPMG Ireland on how AI will shape the future of Ireland’s industry

'Ireland will be ready' for AI revolution

'Ireland will be ready' for AI revolution

Altada founder Allan F. Beechinor will tell the AI and Machine Learning Summit in Croke Park that Ireland can become a global leader in AI

'Ireland’s future is very bright with fantastic indigenous industry in the AI space but also good involvement from multinationals'

'Ireland’s future is very bright with fantastic indigenous industry in the AI space but also good involvement from multinationals'

Pepijn van de Ven, Senior Lecturer in the department of Electronic & Computer Engineering at the University of Limerick, on how AI will shape the future of Ireland’s industry

'The reliance on coal and peat in electricity generation in Ireland is a significant challenge. A step change is required'

'The reliance on coal and peat in electricity generation in Ireland is a significant challenge. A step change is required'

Fran McFadden, National Customer Acquisition Manager with Gas Networks Ireland on the challenges ahead for Ireland's energy market.

"I would like to see a universal healthcare system, based on need, where the two-tier service would no longer exist"

"I would like to see a universal healthcare system, based on need, where the two-tier service would no longer exist"

Dr Tom O’Connor, Lecturer in Economics and Integrated Health & Social Care at Cork Institute of Technology on where he would like to see the Irish health service in 10 years time