‘Don’t look at a person as a networking opportunity’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet John Donoghue of Ifac

29th July, 2018
John Donoghue, chief executive, the Irish Farm Accounts Co-Operative Picture: Maura Hickey

John Donoghue is chief executive of the Irish Farm Accounts Co-Operative (Ifac), the professional services firm serving the farming, food and agribusiness sectors nationwide.

Ifac employs 225 people at 30 offices and has a further 150 contract bookkeepers.

It has 18,000 clients and will open new offices in Carlow town and Trim in Co Meath this year.

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