Next Sunday is Saint Patrick’s Day, the day when we celebrate all things Irish. Up to 80 million people globally claim to [...]
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A quarter of a billion dollars was raised for Ireland during Kingsley Aikins’ twenty one years with the Worldwide Ireland Funds.
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For many centuries the Irish have had to emigrate beyond this small island and adapt to different cultures, in many distant lands. In the process, we have developed great Networking skills. Perhaps this is helped by our ‘ Gift of the Gab, but we seem to have a genetic propensity to excel socially.
CBi China Bridge; a design research and innovation strategy consultancy, gave me useful insights on how Western business should approach Chinese markets.
Furniture Designer Leo Scarff talks about his motivation, methodology and secrets to surviving in an industry that has been hit hardest by the Recent property crash and economic recession.
Every year, on St Patrick’s Day, the whole world seems to get a little bit greener. The global roll call of locations taking part in the festivities grows ever longer, as St Patrick’s celebratory events take place from Shanghai to Sydney and even in Scottish fields. In this interview with Niall Gibbons of Tourism Ireland, I look at how the business of fun is so successfully managed in Ireland and what tourism means to Irish business.
On St Patrick’s Day we celebrate all things Irish. But not just the Irish and not just in Ireland do we celebrate. With the recent “shout out” from Enterprise Ireland about it being the best place for Start-Up businesses and RTE’s “How to be Irish” on St Patrick’s night I thought it would be interesting to chat to a few people from different walks of life and different nationalities about Ireland and the Irish. And being Welsh myself I got a say too
Whether it’s Merkel, Sarkozy or other EU leaders who take to the podium to calm nerves – the markets aren’t buying many arguments or motives. Speaking in public for the sake of saying something is folly.