Monday September 21, 2020

EY makes waves with new innovation centre

The Wavespace initiative aims to have a fifth of the company’s employees in technology-focused roles by 2022

1st March, 2020
Helena O‘Dwyer, head of Wavespace, and Frank O’Dea, chief innovation officer at EY. Picture: Naoise Culhane

The recent announcement of the opening of EY Wavespace and the firm’s anticipation that about a fifth of its staff will be in technology-focused roles by 2022 does not actually signify a radical change in focus of their business in Ireland, according to Frank O’Dea, chief innovation officer at EY.

“This is an evolution of our firm that is aligned to client demands and the transformative age all businesses find themselves in....

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