Craig Tait

Craig Tait

"Technology may be used to provide solutions for Brexit"

"Technology may be used to provide solutions for Brexit"

UK Government’s vision for Brexit in terms of food labelling, institutions, PDOs, farmers, customs and the transition period may be aided by technology says Hilary Ross, Head of Retail, Food & Hospitality Group at Legal Business DWF LLP

"The greatest challenges facing modern technology leaders is discerning which of the digital disruptors can be the real game-changers for your business"

"The greatest challenges facing modern technology leaders is discerning which of the digital disruptors can be the real game-changers for your business"

Barry Lowry, Government of Ireland CIO believes you should only look at technology through the lens of the benefits or successful outcomes that can be achieved through its use

"The food and beverage industry itself is being locked out"

"The food and beverage industry itself is being locked out"

The trend that worries Melissa San Miguel of Red Flag is the profound shift away from innovation and competition toward overly-restrictive regulations

Coca-Cola wants 'responsible and sustainable' growth

Coca-Cola wants 'responsible and sustainable' growth

Tim Brett, the head of Coca-Cola Western Europe, will tell the National Food and Drink Industry Summit food manufacturers need to respond to the global challenge of working towards a world without waste

Brexit biggest challenge since economic collapse

Brexit biggest challenge since economic collapse

Businessman Ulick McEvaddy on Brexit's 'enormous impact' on transportation of goods from Ireland

GDPR: Turning practical advice into positive action

GDPR: Turning practical advice into positive action

Marc Michaels of Paragon will talk about the practical implications of GDPR and how companies can prepare for it at the GDPR summit in April

"Ireland’s health care sector does not adopt global innovations as quickly as it could"

"Ireland’s health care sector does not adopt global innovations as quickly as it could"

Dr. Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, Founder and CEO of Patients Know Best on why this is surprising

'Funding the biggest challenge for health system'

'Funding the biggest challenge for health system'

UCC's Brian Turner to tell Health Summit preventive medicine would make funding go further

Ireland will make a growing contribution to decarbonisation across Europe

Ireland will make a growing contribution to decarbonisation across Europe

The striking fall in technology costs seen across Europe and further afield, on both renewables and battery costs, will intensify the impact

Ireland has 'fundamentally good' national mental health policy

Ireland has 'fundamentally good' national mental health policy

We have come a long way in transitioning from an inherited British model of long-stay institutions, says John Saunders of Shine

Digital mental health can help with workplace stress

Digital mental health can help with workplace stress

Digital mental health can be more accessible and flexible than more traditional psychological treatments, says Stephany Carolan of WorkGuru

The Internet of Things is crucial to construction

The Internet of Things is crucial to construction

Claire Kenny of IBM sees a groundswell of innovation and change in the construction industry

'Good mental-health is not achieved simply by offering ad hoc interventions'

'Good mental-health is not achieved simply by offering ad hoc interventions'

It more likely to be achieved by working as a community to embed a culture of belonging, participation and inclusion, says Patsy McCaughey.

'We need more high quality apprenticeships'

'We need more high quality apprenticeships'

Design teams must be competent in modern energy efficient design - including understanding the engineering and technical requirements of construction, says Philip Lee.

The electric car is poised to upend the auto industry

The electric car is poised to upend the auto industry

It will be cheaper and easier to manufacture and service these vehicles meaning there will be more and smaller players, says Christoph Bornschein of TLGG