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Connectivity on the breakfast agenda

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
2nd July, 2017
Jonathan McCrea Newstalk presenter is pictured with panelists Louise Phelan, Vice President of Paypal, Keith Jordan, CEO of i-Tagged and Gareth Lambe, Head of Facebook in Ireland at the UCD Smurfit Business School’s Breakfast

The UCD Smurfit Business School hosted a breakfast on ‘The future of Connectivity’ in partnership with Electric Ireland at the Market Hotel in Dublin last month. The event featured a panel of speakers including Louise Phelan, vice-president of PayPal; Gareth Lambe, head of Facebook Ireland; and Keith Jordan, chief executive of iTagged.

The panel looked at key trends emerging from local and global business and how connectivity is set to change over the...

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