Feature Article
Dublin Chamber's Top Events This Season

Good morning ,

 

As we get ready to launch our events program for next season, we wanted to remind you of some of the great events we had this year so far.

 

Read below for more information and click the link to watch back in case you missed out!

 

Don't forget to keep an eye on our website here for all the great events we have coming up soon!

 

If you missed a particular event that is not included below please contact robyn@dublinchamber.ie

 

*Some of these recording links will expire in a few hours, please email robyn@dublinchamber.ie for access.


 

On Tuesday 15th June we were joined by Bruce Daisley for an exclusive webinar on the Future of Work sponsored by Fujitsu Ireland.  Bruce discussed the impact of culture on organisations and employees, the role of culture in attracting and retaining talent and how you can create and maintain culture in a remote workplace. Watch it back here.


 

On Wednesday 23rd June we held an event on Reopening for Business: Navigating the post Covid workplace kindly sponsored by ByrneWallace LLP. Partners Michael Kennedy and Michelle Ní Longáin, and consultant Rhona Murphy from the ByrneWallace LLP Employment Law team discussed the legal and practical issues which businesses need to consider before welcoming staff back to the workplace. David Fox, Managing Director of Sodexo, also discussed his company’s experiences of workplace reopening's, sharing insights on some of the practical operational issues to be considered and the impact on employee experience. Watch it here.


 

On Thursday 4th March we held Dublin Chamber’s Virtual AGM event, in partnership with EY. We were joined by An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, Malcolm Sheil, Chief Commercial Officer of Kerry Group, Catherine Moroney, President of Dublin Chamber & Head of Business Banking, Market, AIB, Frank O'Keeffe, Managing Partner, EY, and Mary Rose Burke, CEO, Dublin Chamber. The event focused on the challenges of the current business climate and the need to focus on resilience and sustainability in rebuilding the economy post-pandemic. Watch it here.


 

On Thursday 29th July we welcomed Eamonn O’Reilly, Chief Executive of Dublin Port Company. He shared his insights on the changes that have taken place since Brexit, the impact of Covid-19 on trade, and what all this means for businesses and the future of the port. Watch it here.


 

On Monday we were joined by Catherine Moroney, Head of Business Banking, Market, AIB for our virtual celebration of International Women's Day sponsored by Irish Times Training. Catherine was joined by Dobrawa Brach, Managing Director of Arran Street East, Nuala Canning, Managing Director of Brandfire and Sharon Keegan, Founder and CEO of Peachylean Ltd for a panel discussion. Watch it back here. 


 

Professional golfer Stephanie Meadow joined us on Tuesday 8th June for a Wellness webinar kindly sponsored by Investec. Stephanie Meadow is a professional golfer on the LPGA 2021 Tour and Olympian having represented Ireland in Rio 2016 and who will represent Ireland again in Tokyo 2020 this coming summer. She spoke about her career as a professional golfer, representing Ireland in the Olympics and her tips and tricks on staying active through covid-19. Watch it back here.


 

Dublin Chamber created The Sustainability Academy to accommodate your business needs throughout your sustainability journey. Our workshops are a must attend if your company is seeking to get a better understanding of what sustainability means for your business and the opportunities it can create. The Sustainability Academy is sponsored by AIB. For more information watch our open day event here.


 

 

On the 2nd of March we were joined by European Commissioner Mairead McGuinness for an in-depth discussion on the impact of Covid 19 on the global economy, Brexit, green finance, and the pathway to a sustainable economic recovery. This event was kindly sponsored by Eversheds Sutherland. Watch it back here. 


 

On Tuesday 22nd June we were joined by expert speaker Gary O’Callaghan, CEO, Siemens for our Digital Agenda event sponsored by COLT. Gary discussed digital transformation and how digitisation is driving change and innovation in Siemens and for Siemens clients. Gary also spoke about the role of culture in digital transformation. Watch it here.