Preparing for a bright future

Ireland can take lessons from the pharma and tech industries on how to create employment, but to attract skilled workers we need to keep our costs down writes Gareth Naughton.

13th July, 2014
Mark Ryan, country managing director of Accenture Ireland.

A more streamlined and focused approach to education and training is needed if Ireland is to gain a sustainable competitive edge.

So says Mark Ryan, country managing director of Accenture Ireland, who believes that a co-ordinated approach and targeted policies are required to make this happen.

''There are lots of very good groups looking at how we develop skills, and making sure that Ireland remains competitive, but the problem is that there are too many...

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