SAVE THE DATE – An evening with Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson. An event in association with The Institute for Irish Studies, University of Liverpool

It is with great honour that we can announce that our first speaker of 2018 will be one of our most prestigious to date. Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson will be joining us on the evening of February 13th.   By anyone’s standards, Mrs. Robinson has led an extraordinary life. A Ballina native, Mrs. Robinson’s […]

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Ireland’s Call? Time to move to the Emerald Isle?

25th October 2017 at The Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, Soho, London W1D 7DT According to the Irish Times, figures published by the Central Statistics Office last month show that 30,800 Irish people moved abroad in the year to April 2017, down 17% on the previous year. A total of 27,400 Irish people moved back to live in Ireland, down 1,000 on the […]

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The LIBS Deloitte Digital search: Finding the hottest Irish tech start-ups 3.0

The LIBS Deloitte Digital search: Finding the hottest Irish tech start-ups 3.0 1 Event Overview Ireland’s ever-thriving international reputation as a tech start-up hub shows no signs of slowing down.  According to a recent KPMG report, Ireland is poised to become a ‘springboard’ to the European market for venture-capital backed firms. Together with Deloitte Digital […]

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Event Recap: LIBS presents: The diversity journey – creating impact and achieving results PLUS special offer to LIBS members from The Irish Times

LIBS presents: The diversity journey – creating impact and achieving results Beware the danger of benevolent bias. That was the warning from Vodafone Ireland CEO Anne O’Leary, describing how the doubts of her husband and friends posed the biggest threat to her applying for the top job that ultimately allowed her to make a real […]

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The diversity journey – creating impact and achieving results

17th May 2017 Facebook HQ, 10 Brock Street, Kings Cross, London, NW1 3FG   Studies clearly show the value of women’s equitable participation in organisational leadership. Increasingly gender equality is viewed as a business issue. CEO’s globally say they are actively focused on talent diversity and inclusion, however, scarce representation of women at senior levels […]

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Ireland and the UK’s exit from the EU: A letter to the Irish community on Brexit from Ambassador Mulhall

Dear friends, 2017 has been as busy as ever for the Irish Government, for our Embassy team and for me as Ambassador as we continue our work in dealing with the implication of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Yesterday, I appeared before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee at the House of Commons. […]

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Minister Eoghan Murphy and Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland speak at LIBS event in London last night – “Negotiating Uncertainty: Political, legal & economic views on the Brexit process”

Last night (31/01/17)  in conjunction with Powerscourt, the London Irish Business Society hosted a private panel event at Glazier Hall in London to discuss the substantial political, economic and social impacts once the UK leaves the EU.   The panel was moderated by Manus Cranny of Bloomberg TV and included, Eoghan Murphy TD, Minister of […]

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