Informed, opinionated and ready for robust discussion. International commentators and business visionaries come together to explore what lies ahead for Irish business.
CEO, Irish Stock Exchange
Professor, Imperial College Business School
Group Managing Director, Glanbia plc
Professor, Harvard University
Managing Director, Accenture Consulting
Site Head, Sanofi Waterford
Director General, FoodDrinkEurope
President of EMEA, Dell EMC
Finance Director, UPS UK, Nordics and Ireland
Managing Partner, Matheson
MD, Trilogy Technologies
Partner, MERC Partners
HR Director, Vodafone
Broadcaster and Journalist
Matt Cooper, Broadcaster and Conference Moderator
Edel Creely, Ibec President and Group Managing Director, Trilogy Technologies
Session 1: The intangible economy and a story of substance
Opening address – A Model of Substance: Ireland’s intellectual and intangible revolution
Danny McCoy, Chief Executive Officer, Ibec
Buying into corporate Ireland – Euronext/Irish Stock Exchange
Keynote address – ‘Capitalism without Capital: The Rise of the Intangible Economy’
Jonathan Haskel, Professor of Economics at London Imperial College Business School
Session 2: The future of work
Reworking the revolution: Are you ready to compete as intelligent technology meets human ingenuity to create the future workforce?
Tara Levins, Managing Director, Accenture Consulting
Session 3: Transitioning Ireland towards a sustainable economy
Keynote address – The circular economy: Society’s last chance?
Mark Esposito, Harvard Professor and Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Research Initiative at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Close with networking lunch
Political Columnist, The Financial Times
Management Editor, The Economist
The Convention Centre Dublin’s underground car park, managed by Euro Car Parks, has 320 spaces, 8 disabled spaces and a height limit of 2.1m. It operates from 7.00am to midnight, 7 days a week. Parking rates are €3.50 per hour or €25 per day, with an evening rate of €10 from 6.00pm to midnight. Download map of routes in and out of the CCD Underground Car Park.
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The Convention Centre Dublin was developed to provide a world-class conference venue in the heart of Ireland’s capital city. Located just 15 minutes from the airport in Dublin’s Docklands, the finance and technology hub of the city, the CCD is ideally positioned to entice the international business tourism market.