In an increasingly complex corporate landscape, the firm believes it has strengths that will appeal to clients
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Michael O Connor, Group EHS Manager, Mercury Engineering on the challenges and future of health and safety in the construction sector
Dr. Eoin Drea, Senior Research Officer at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies on the future prospects for the Irish property market
"The lack of available labour force combined with the rising activity has resulted in a significant skills shortage within the industry"
Ian Lynch, Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at L&M Keating Ltd on the health and safety concerns facing the construction sector
"What will make a real difference for Irish Companies is being given the tools to respond before true devastating damage can be inflicted"
Michael Conway, Director of Renaissance on the readiness of Irish Companies for cyber attacks
With their experience in offering cloud and security services, Viatel and O’Connor are well placed to comment on the state of play in this area
The EIIS investment model has proved to be particularly attractive for operations such as Dingle Distillery Ltd, which began crafting whiskey in 2012 and has won an international market for its award-winning gins and vodka
The company is focused on products that are increasingly becoming integral features in homes and businesses, including Cyber Security, Smart Home Automation, Streaming Devices and Internet Protocol TV and OTT media
The company has been through six-years of research and development in partnership with the Teagasc Food Research Centre in Fermoy, recognised as the world’s leading centre for dairy research and development
Part of the Cantor Fitzgerald Group, founded in 1945 in New York, the firm has just completed its acquisition of Merrion Capital Holdings, comprising Merrion Stockbrokers, Merrion Investment Managers and Merrion Corporate Finance
Solar Stream aims to bring more clean energy to businesses and homes via the EIIS, writes Joe O’Shea
Founded seven years ago by John Aherne, Golfgraffix originally developed 3D mapping applications for the golf course industry, which led to a high-profile deal with Nicklaus Design, the course design firm founded by golf legend Jack Nicklaus