Launched by the Business & Finance Media Group, the Business Show centres on the theme of ‘Rebooting Ireland’ and brings together leaders from business and politics in Ireland on 10th September
In recent weeks, The Business Show has hosted a series of engagements across digital platforms, most notably its webinar series. This culminates in Ireland’s largest virtual summit in one week’s time, on 10th September.
Launched by the Business & Finance Media Group, the Business Show centres on the theme of ‘Rebooting Ireland’ and brings together leaders from business and politics in Ireland.
Given the enormous paradigm shift brought about by COVID-19, the Business Show aims to initiate solution-based discussions through engaging and convening the business community on the questions of resilience, the future of work and business in a ‘new normal’.
The Business Show will offer stories of resilience through turbulent times, shape strategies for success in the future and provide a global platform for businesses and leaders to share their story on the next steps for growth in the post-COVID era.
What to expect
The virtual summit will see business, political and social leaders gather on an exclusive online platform to engage with themes of Resilience, Strategic Growth, Innovation & Diversification, Digital Transformation, The Future of Work, Financial Planning & Funding, Human Resource Management & Upskilling, Business Process Optimisation, Business Continuity, International Expansion and Sustainability.
The Business Show aims to offer over 3,000 domestic and international attendees the opportunity to engage with over 50 speakers on all digital platforms via two virtual stages and a virtual exhibition hall.
The Business Show aims to offer over 1,000 domestic and international attendees the opportunity to engage with over 50 speakers on all digital platforms via two virtual stages and a virtual exhibition hall. It will showcase the experiences and insights of decision makers, government representatives, policy makers and international speakers from sectors including Finance & Banking, Professional Services, Technology, Manufacturing, Retail, Food & Drink, Energy, Transport & Aviation, Pharmaceutical, Construction & Infrastructure, Public Sector and Tourism.
Notable discussions include Dame Carolyn Fairbairn, Director-General, CBI and Danny McCoy, CEO, Ibec, who both will speak about the Economic Outlook of Trade and Investment in the UK & Ireland, Jason Ward, Managing Director, Dell Technologies Ireland, who will take part in a panel discussion on building business resilience. We will also hear from Tara McCarthy, CEO, Bord Bia, who will speak about Accelerating Efforts for Greener Energy and Greener Businesses. This, and much more, at The Business Show Virtual Summit on 10th September.
Dell Technologies has joined the Rebooting Ireland event programme as a Founding Partner. Electric Ireland has also joined as the The Business Show Energy Partner. KPMG, Ibec, Equinix, National Broadband Ireland, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Expleo, IE Domain Registry, UPS, Globalization Partners, Interxion, Business in the Community Ireland, Common Purpose, ADAPT, Linked Finance, First Citizen Finance, and Just Eat have joined as Event Programme Partners.
Charity partners for The Business Show include Aware, Suicide or Survive (SOS) and Focus Ireland. Each of the three charities listed tackles a specific social issue in Ireland.
The Business Show, Ireland’s largest virtual summit, will take place on 10th September, with all discussions to be led by international thought-leaders. Purchase tickets here.