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New issue of Business & Finance digital – What to expect from Vol. 59, No. 1

By Business & Finance
28 January 2022

The latest digital edition of Business & Finance has been issued.

The latest digital edition of Business & Finance has been issued. Managing Editor, Sarah Freeman, writes: “2022 has begun with a note of cautious optimism, with businesses dusting off their growth and expansion plans and the business community embracing the uncertainty that planning now entails.”

In this issue, we look at the phenomenal increase of the Irish footprint in the United States with insight from Sarah-Jane Larkin, Director General of the Irish Venture Capital Association, Conor Twomey, Head of Customer Success and Managing Director Americas at KX, a division of FD Technologies and Sarah Clarke, CEO North America, Intuition Publishing Ltd.

We showcase a number of thought leaders from the business community who talk about forces of business change, with pieces by Leo Clancy, CEO Enterprise Ireland; John Jordan, CEO Ornua; Danny McCoy, CEO Ibec; entrepreneur Bobby Kerr and champion of gender balance, Julie Sinnamon, who has taken on the role of Co-Chair for Balance for Better Business, a group that engages with the Irish business community, advocating for greater gender balance on boards and in leadership roles.

This digital issue will offer narratives of positivity, growth and optimism for the months ahead. We focus on the increasingly topical issues of Renewable Mobility and the Return to the Office. Also featured in this issue is the Chief Financial Officers Index 2021, in association with Sia Partners. 

We have Takeaways from all of the FS Summit 2021 sessions, and also featured in this issue is an Editor’s choice of thought leadership articles from the previous year. We talk about the upcoming Business & Finance Awards, taking place on 12th April, an exciting event in our calendar. We hope to see you there. 

The paywall is lifted for a limited time only. You can read the latest issue here, with compliments.