404 London

LIBS are delighted to partner with 404 and help promote their upcoming event to our members. With a booming tech scene, Irish technology employers are looking for talented co-workers to come and join them. Could that be you?  A range of Ireland’s best tech companies will be in London on Saturday, February 10th for an exclusive […]

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LIBS preparation for GDPR

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation is upon us! Technically this new regulation is already in effect, however businesses around Europe who deal with the personal data of EU citizens. It affects anyone who offers goods and services, even free ones, such as the service offered by LIBS. Recent research has suggested that many […]

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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

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 difference to the lives’ of working women in a company that, […]

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The diversity journey – creating impact and achieving results

 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 in businesses remains a global phenomenon. While there have been significant improvements in the last […]

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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 State for […]

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