The Business Show has announced the panel for its upcoming webinar.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday 26th August at 3pm GMT +1, and will centre on the topic ‘Digital Transformation: Exploring the Impact on Irish Industry’ – how further advances in the digital world will impact the Irish business landscape.
The webinar will comprise of a moderated panel discussion and will feature speakers Dermot McArdle, Head of Business Markets, Electric Ireland, Sarah Murphy, Head of Marketing, Scurri, and Brody Sweeney, Founder, Camile Thai Kitchen Group.
This third webinar in The Business Show series will be hosted by Sarah Freeman, Managing Editor of Business & Finance Media Group.
Dermot McArdle is the Business Markets Manager at Electric Ireland, where he is responsible for the management and delivery of Electric Ireland’s business solutions to the LEU and SME sectors, in both Ireland and Northern Ireland, including electricity and gas supply, and telecom offerings.
Dermot has been with energy industry for over 30 years. In his time with Electric Ireland he has held senior management positions across the finance, commercial, generation, supply and trading businesses. This included a notable two-year stint as the manager of eCars, where he championed the EUs ENEVATE programme to trial fully electric commercial vehicles in city centre locations, and the Dublin City Council eCar Pooling Scheme.
Sarah Murphy is Head of Marketing at Scurri, a software provider that connects and optimises the eCommerce ordering, shipping, and delivery process. Sarah joined the Scurri team in January 2019 following 15 years sales and marketing experience with Sky, Zurich, and Social Talent. Her background and specialist areas include data analysis and segmentation/demand generation strategies/media trends and optimisation.
Entrepreneur Brody Sweeney is founder of Camile Thai Kitchen – the UK’s fastest growing Thai food chain with 33 locations, including five in London. Camile, which turns ten this year, was created in response to the ever-growing demand for high quality, healthier and more sustainable home delivery options. With a strong tech focus, the company is working to leverage the latest technologies in the sector such as drone delivery, cloud kitchens and kitchen robotics to create a new genre of convenience dining based on health, sustainability and speed.
Dell Technologies has joined the Rebooting Ireland event programme as a Founding Partner, Electric Ireland has joined as the The Business Show Energy Partner, and KPMG, Ibec, Equinix, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Expleo, National Broadband Ireland, UPS, Interxion, IE Domain Registry, Common Purpose, ADAPT Center, Linked Finance and First Citizen have have all joined as Event Programme Partners.
The Business Show’s charity partners are Aware, Focus Ireland and Suicide or Survive (SOS).