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'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

Health Summit: initiating a new dialogue about Ireland’s future

Health Summit: initiating a new dialogue about Ireland’s future

The 15th iteration of the Health Summit featured memorable appearances from healthcare luminaries and a range of fascinating ideas being aired, writes Róisín Kiberd

Swapping the rat race for a dog -walker’s life

Swapping the rat race for a dog -walker’s life

How a boutique homecare provider got off the ground

How a boutique homecare provider got off the ground

Sweet smell of success in a western setting

Sweet smell of success in a western setting

Anything to declare? You might do soon

Anything to declare? You might do soon

BDO partner Carol Lynch is urging Irish businesses to prepare for new trading standards with Britain post-Brexit, writes Siobhán Maguire

Trade will continue, regardless of Brexit

Trade will continue, regardless of Brexit

Katie Daughen, head of Brexit policy with the British Irish Chamber, explains the biggest challenges ahead for British-Irish trade relations, writes Siobhán Maguire

Bigger, better and brighter businesses

Bigger, better and brighter businesses

Enterprise Ireland is helping Irish exporters to prepare for challenges ahead, and that’s a chance to focus on becoming more resilient to any sort of shock, writes Siobhán Maguire

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

Businesses can take some key steps to prepare – but ratification of the Brexit withdrawal deal would be a huge relief, writes Siobhán Maguire

BoI helps business customers to get a clearer Brexit picture

BoI helps business customers to get a clearer Brexit picture

Bank of Ireland is committed to supporting businesses in their preparation for Brexit

The future of business broadband retailing is set to change with Magnet Networks’ launch of Ireland’s first single connectivity marketplace.

The future of business broadband retailing is set to change with Magnet Networks’ launch of Ireland’s first single connectivity marketplace.

'Identifying the attributes of successful implementations will help organisations figure out how to prioritise their efforts in adopting AI'

'Identifying the attributes of successful implementations will help organisations figure out how to prioritise their efforts in adopting AI'

Technology Evangelist, Clare Dillon on how AI will shape the future of Ireland’s industry over the coming 5 years

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School MSc in Project Management

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School MSc in Project Management

In December 2018 the UCD Smurfit School was ranked 23rd in the 2018 Financial Times' ranking of European Business Schools

Positive energy at the National Power Summit

Positive energy at the National Power Summit

Academics, executives, chief technical officers, politicians and climate change experts came together at the National Power Summit to discuss what needs to be done now to secure a better future. Róisín Kiberd reports