How I work: ‘You can apply your learnings to fields you may not have even known existed’

Mark O’Sullivan’s unconventional career path has taught him the value of thinking differently and bringing something unique to the table

28th March, 2021
How I work: ‘You can apply your learnings to fields you may not have even known existed’
Mark O’Sullivan, a partner in the Research & Development Incentives practice at BDO

Mark O’Sullivan is a partner in the Research & Development Incentives practice at BDO. The 36-year-old studied mechanical engineering and manufacturing and design engineering at Dublin Institute of Technology and also has a master’s in medical physics from the University of Aberdeen. He joined BDO in 2013 and was appointed to his current role last December. BDO is an accounting and business advisory firm employing 650 people in Dublin, Limerick, Cork and at an affiliate...

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