First UK & Ireland Construction Forum focuses on opportunities and challenges

At The Sunday Business Post’s inaugural UK & Ireland Construction Forum 2019 in London, the emphasis was on finding solutions to common challenges and developing opportunities and positive trends to ensure a brighter future in both countries

22nd September, 2019
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From left: Henry Hathaway, partner, Silver Shemmings Ash; Gerald Knights, director of broking, DRS Bond Management; Eoin Leonard, chief executive, i3PT Certification; Sarah Murphy, managing director, Business Post Events; John Hunt, senior adviser and global lead, Enterprise Ireland, United Kingdom and Sean O’Driscoll, chief executive officer, Galldris

Companies in the construction sector on both sides of the Irish Sea must take advantage of opportunities and learnings on offer to them from their counterparts to ensure they can navigate a challenging marketplace.

At The Sunday Business Post’s inaugural UK & Ireland Construction Forum 2019 in London, the emphasis was on finding solutions to common challenges and developing opportunities and positive trends to ensure a brighter future in both countries.

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