The London Irish Business Society is delighted to announce the next event in our Business Leaders Series. Dr Hugh O’Donnell was CEO of Kentz from 2000 – 2012 and transformed a relatively small private engineering company into a global leader listed on the FTSE 250.
Under Dr O’Donnell’s direction, revenues grew from $120 million (€92.8m) to $1.3 billion through diversification into new sectors and over 30 global markets.
We invite you to join us and hear his experiences on leadership, developing business internationally and growth through times of crisis.
- Pat Gilroy, Former All-Ireland Winning Dublin Senior Football Manager & CEO UK & Ireland, Dalkia
- Eamon O’Shea, Tipperary Senior Hurling Manager, Professor of Economics, NUI Galway
- Bob Casey, Former London Irish RFC Captain & Irish International, Senior Business Development Manager, Powerday
- Moderated by: Malachy Clerkin, The Irish Times
With Ireland having faced one of the world’s most dramatic property market crashes, the London Irish Business Society, in association with CBRE, examined the future for the industry and why many believe a great deal of opportunity now exists within the sector. The audience on the night had an opportunity to hear from some Ireland’s leading experts in retail and commercial property.
The event took place at 18.30 on the 18th of September in CBRE’s London headquarters in Henrietta House. If you would like to find out more about the event, you can do so by clicking here.
On Tuesday, June 18th, the London Irish Business Society (LIBS), in association with Davy welcomed two of Ireland’s most senior business leaders to the Andaz hotel on Liverpool Street. Tommy Breen, CEO of DCC PLC, and Partrick Coveney, CEO of Greencore Group PLC, continue to run two of Ireland’s most successful businesses through one of the mostly challenging times in Irish corporate history. Drawing on both their domestic, and international experience, London Irish Business Society members gained an invaluable insight into the inner workings of large Irish corporations.