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Life after London – where next?

It’s official - for the first time since the crash more Irish emigrants are returning to Ireland than leaving, but will you be one of them? If you’re thinking of heading home or even considering going further afield, why not listen to the podcastic from our fantastic event "Life after London – where next?” held on September 26th 2018. Together with Morgan McKinley, the London Irish Business Society hosted an event with a panel of industry experts on what it means to relocate to Ireland and internationally, as well as sharing their own personal experiences of moving overseas. Our excellent panel included; Fiona Mullan, VP International HR, Facebook Samuel Hendry, Director, Financial Services at Morgan McKinley Sandra Dawson, Group Head of Talent Acquisition, AIB Justin Mckenna, Head of Experienced Talent Acquisition & Global Mobility, Deloitte Our moderator for the evening will be Ciara Kenny, Editor of Irish Times Abroad

93 MINJAN 2
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Life after London – where next?

Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World - with Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson

Mrs. Robinson has led an extraordinary life. She was the 7th President of Ireland, spent five years as High Commissioner for Human Rights and since then has been appointed a special envoy on Climate Change representing the U.N. at numerous global summits. Most recently, Mrs. Robinson has set up her own foundation advocating ‘Climate Justice’ for the poorest and most vulnerable peoples of the world. Now, with climate change dominating the agenda more than ever before, Mrs. Robinson joins us to reflect on the lessons of her life, career and to impress upon us why it is so important to empower the poorest people and countries in their efforts to achieve sustainable and people-centered development. This event was moderated by journalist and LIBS board member Ian Kearney and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, on 13th February 2018.

78 MIN2018 MAR 5
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Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World - with Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson

"Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World" With Her Excellency Mrs Mary Robinson.

Mrs. Robinson has led an extraordinary life. She was the 7th President of Ireland, spent five years as High Commissioner for Human Rights and since then has been appointed a special envoy on Climate Change representing the U.N. at numerous global summits. Most recently, Mrs. Robinson has set up her own foundation advocating ‘Climate Justice’ for the poorest and most vulnerable peoples of the world. Now, with climate change dominating the agenda more than ever before, Mrs. Robinson joins us to reflect on the lessons of her life, career and to impress upon us why it is so important to empower the poorest people and countries in their efforts to achieve sustainable and people-centered development. This event was moderated by journalist and LIBS board member Ian Kearney and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, on 13th February 2018.

78 MIN2018 MAR 5
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"Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World" With Her Excellency Mrs Mary Robinson.

Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?" You are listening to a podcast of the London Irish Business Society's event in association with LILA " Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland? ”. With one of the most important constitutional decisions for Britain fast approaching on June 23rd 2016, there is much debate over whether the UK will exit the EU and if so, what the impact will be at a European and Irish level. Through thought-provoking discussion you will hear the the panel weigh up the arguments for and against a “Brexit”, and the implications that this will have across Europe, and for Ireland in particular. Panelists include Lord Robathan, former Northern Ireland Minister, Dr. Paul Gillespie, former foreign policy editor with The Irish Times and Brian Kennelly QC. This event was moderated by Tommy Lyons, Business Editor at the Sunday Business Post and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, o...

76 MIN2016 JUN 17
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Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?

Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event " Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066 ”. 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, a milestone of huge significance in the history of Ireland, and specifically in the relationship with Britain. This event discusses where is next for these two island nations in the changing global landscape and imagines Britain and Ireland fifty years from now. Panelists include Robert Franks, Head of New Business Strategy & Planning Digital, at Telefonica UK, Regina Finn Chair of Mutual Energy , Prof. Alan Ahearne , Head of Economics at NUI Galway and His Excellency Ambassador Dan Mulhall This event was moderated by Rod Banner and hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on April 14th 2016. Exit Summary: "You have been listening to a podcast by the London Irish Business Society. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in Lond...

86 MIN2016 MAY 23
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Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066

Irish born & UK bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Irish Born & UK Bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain”. This event features pitches from Irish startups Love & Robots, SalesOptimize, LegalShine and KillBiller with feedback from investors and advisors Jon Bradford, Emer Coleman and Denise McQuaid". Produced in association with the Dublin Commissioner for Startups Niamh Bushnell, and moderated by Rod Banner, the session was hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on December 2nd 2015. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London, with a 4,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk. LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and our sponsors Morgan McKinley, Pcubed and Enterprise Ireland for their ongoing support. This podcas...

52 MIN2015 DEC 9
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Irish born & UK bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain

Ireland & the City: A Key Connection

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Ireland and the City: A Key Connection", hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on March 24th 2015. The expert panel of speakers included: Minister Simon Harris TD, Minister of State at the Departments of Finance, PER and Taoiseach, Susan Dargan, Executive Vice President, State Street, Vincent Keaveny, Alderman, City of London Corporation. The discussion was moderated by Manus Cranny, European Markets Editor, Bloomberg Television. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London, with a 4,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk. LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and our sponsors Morgan McKinley, Pcubed and Enterprise Ireland for their ongoing support. This podcast was recorded by Dea...

74 MIN2015 APR 1
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Ireland & the City: A Key Connection

Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia & Stephen Vernon of Green REIT: Business Leaders Series

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event “In Conversation with Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia and Stephen Vernon of Green REIT”. This event was produced in association with Davy and took place in Central London on the 2nd of December 2014.

68 MIN2014 DEC 19
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Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia & Stephen Vernon of Green REIT: Business Leaders Series

Business Leaders Series with Ronan Dunne, CEO, Telefonica UK

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event ""Leadership in the Digital Age" with Ronan Dunne, CEO of Telefonica UK. This event was moderated by Rod Banner of 3LA and took place in Central London on the 28th of October 2014. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London with a 3,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk/ LIBS would especially like to thank our sponsors Pcubed and Micheal Page Banking and Financial Services for their ongoing support. This podcast was recorded by Deaf Ear Productions: www.deafear.co.uk Mobile Sound Recording Service

75 MIN2014 NOV 24
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Business Leaders Series with Ronan Dunne, CEO, Telefonica UK

Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?", hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on May 15th 2014. The expert panel of speakers included: Bernard Looney, COO of Production, BP Tony O'Reilly Jr., CEO of Providence Resources and Minister Fergus O'Dowd, T.D. and Minister of State for the NewEra Project The session was moderated by: Professor Nick Butler, Chair of the Kings Policy Institute, Kings College London The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London with a 3,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk/ LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and sponsors Pcubed, NUI Galway and Micheal Page Banking and Financial Services for their ongoing support. This podcast was recor...

60 MIN2014 MAY 22
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Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?
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Latest Episodes

Life after London – where next?

It’s official - for the first time since the crash more Irish emigrants are returning to Ireland than leaving, but will you be one of them? If you’re thinking of heading home or even considering going further afield, why not listen to the podcastic from our fantastic event "Life after London – where next?” held on September 26th 2018. Together with Morgan McKinley, the London Irish Business Society hosted an event with a panel of industry experts on what it means to relocate to Ireland and internationally, as well as sharing their own personal experiences of moving overseas. Our excellent panel included; Fiona Mullan, VP International HR, Facebook Samuel Hendry, Director, Financial Services at Morgan McKinley Sandra Dawson, Group Head of Talent Acquisition, AIB Justin Mckenna, Head of Experienced Talent Acquisition & Global Mobility, Deloitte Our moderator for the evening will be Ciara Kenny, Editor of Irish Times Abroad

93 MINJAN 2
Comments
Life after London – where next?

Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World - with Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson

Mrs. Robinson has led an extraordinary life. She was the 7th President of Ireland, spent five years as High Commissioner for Human Rights and since then has been appointed a special envoy on Climate Change representing the U.N. at numerous global summits. Most recently, Mrs. Robinson has set up her own foundation advocating ‘Climate Justice’ for the poorest and most vulnerable peoples of the world. Now, with climate change dominating the agenda more than ever before, Mrs. Robinson joins us to reflect on the lessons of her life, career and to impress upon us why it is so important to empower the poorest people and countries in their efforts to achieve sustainable and people-centered development. This event was moderated by journalist and LIBS board member Ian Kearney and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, on 13th February 2018.

78 MIN2018 MAR 5
Comments
Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World - with Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Robinson

"Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World" With Her Excellency Mrs Mary Robinson.

Mrs. Robinson has led an extraordinary life. She was the 7th President of Ireland, spent five years as High Commissioner for Human Rights and since then has been appointed a special envoy on Climate Change representing the U.N. at numerous global summits. Most recently, Mrs. Robinson has set up her own foundation advocating ‘Climate Justice’ for the poorest and most vulnerable peoples of the world. Now, with climate change dominating the agenda more than ever before, Mrs. Robinson joins us to reflect on the lessons of her life, career and to impress upon us why it is so important to empower the poorest people and countries in their efforts to achieve sustainable and people-centered development. This event was moderated by journalist and LIBS board member Ian Kearney and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, on 13th February 2018.

78 MIN2018 MAR 5
Comments
"Overcoming Challenges in a Climate Changed World" With Her Excellency Mrs Mary Robinson.

Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?" You are listening to a podcast of the London Irish Business Society's event in association with LILA " Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland? ”. With one of the most important constitutional decisions for Britain fast approaching on June 23rd 2016, there is much debate over whether the UK will exit the EU and if so, what the impact will be at a European and Irish level. Through thought-provoking discussion you will hear the the panel weigh up the arguments for and against a “Brexit”, and the implications that this will have across Europe, and for Ireland in particular. Panelists include Lord Robathan, former Northern Ireland Minister, Dr. Paul Gillespie, former foreign policy editor with The Irish Times and Brian Kennelly QC. This event was moderated by Tommy Lyons, Business Editor at the Sunday Business Post and was hosted at One Wimpole St, London, o...

76 MIN2016 JUN 17
Comments
Brexit – In or Out and what does it mean for Ireland?

Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event " Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066 ”. 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, a milestone of huge significance in the history of Ireland, and specifically in the relationship with Britain. This event discusses where is next for these two island nations in the changing global landscape and imagines Britain and Ireland fifty years from now. Panelists include Robert Franks, Head of New Business Strategy & Planning Digital, at Telefonica UK, Regina Finn Chair of Mutual Energy , Prof. Alan Ahearne , Head of Economics at NUI Galway and His Excellency Ambassador Dan Mulhall This event was moderated by Rod Banner and hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on April 14th 2016. Exit Summary: "You have been listening to a podcast by the London Irish Business Society. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in Lond...

86 MIN2016 MAY 23
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Beyond the Centenary: Anglo-Irish Relations in 2066

Irish born & UK bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Irish Born & UK Bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain”. This event features pitches from Irish startups Love & Robots, SalesOptimize, LegalShine and KillBiller with feedback from investors and advisors Jon Bradford, Emer Coleman and Denise McQuaid". Produced in association with the Dublin Commissioner for Startups Niamh Bushnell, and moderated by Rod Banner, the session was hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on December 2nd 2015. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London, with a 4,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk. LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and our sponsors Morgan McKinley, Pcubed and Enterprise Ireland for their ongoing support. This podcas...

52 MIN2015 DEC 9
Comments
Irish born & UK bound: Meet the Tech Startups Looking to Break Britain

Ireland & the City: A Key Connection

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Ireland and the City: A Key Connection", hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on March 24th 2015. The expert panel of speakers included: Minister Simon Harris TD, Minister of State at the Departments of Finance, PER and Taoiseach, Susan Dargan, Executive Vice President, State Street, Vincent Keaveny, Alderman, City of London Corporation. The discussion was moderated by Manus Cranny, European Markets Editor, Bloomberg Television. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London, with a 4,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk. LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and our sponsors Morgan McKinley, Pcubed and Enterprise Ireland for their ongoing support. This podcast was recorded by Dea...

74 MIN2015 APR 1
Comments
Ireland & the City: A Key Connection

Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia & Stephen Vernon of Green REIT: Business Leaders Series

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event “In Conversation with Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia and Stephen Vernon of Green REIT”. This event was produced in association with Davy and took place in Central London on the 2nd of December 2014.

68 MIN2014 DEC 19
Comments
Siobhan Talbot of Glanbia & Stephen Vernon of Green REIT: Business Leaders Series

Business Leaders Series with Ronan Dunne, CEO, Telefonica UK

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event ""Leadership in the Digital Age" with Ronan Dunne, CEO of Telefonica UK. This event was moderated by Rod Banner of 3LA and took place in Central London on the 28th of October 2014. The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London with a 3,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk/ LIBS would especially like to thank our sponsors Pcubed and Micheal Page Banking and Financial Services for their ongoing support. This podcast was recorded by Deaf Ear Productions: www.deafear.co.uk Mobile Sound Recording Service

75 MIN2014 NOV 24
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Business Leaders Series with Ronan Dunne, CEO, Telefonica UK

Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?

A recording of the London Irish Business Society's event "Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?", hosted in the Embassy of Ireland, Great Britain in London, on May 15th 2014. The expert panel of speakers included: Bernard Looney, COO of Production, BP Tony O'Reilly Jr., CEO of Providence Resources and Minister Fergus O'Dowd, T.D. and Minister of State for the NewEra Project The session was moderated by: Professor Nick Butler, Chair of the Kings Policy Institute, Kings College London The London Irish Business Society is the largest not-for-profit membership organisation for Irish professionals in London with a 3,000-strong membership base. You can read more about the society, its events and join for free membership at www.li-bs.co.uk/ LIBS would especially like to thank the Ambassador Daniel Mulhall, the Embassy of Ireland Great Britain and sponsors Pcubed, NUI Galway and Micheal Page Banking and Financial Services for their ongoing support. This podcast was recor...

60 MIN2014 MAY 22
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Ireland’s Oil & Gas Potential: Over-Hyped or Under-Sold?
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