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The war in Ukraine, rising inflation and Brexit are all impacting business in Europe. These issues also affect foreign direct invesment in Ireland. Martin Shanahan is the chief executive officer of IDA Ireland, the Irish government agency in charge of attracting foreign direct investment. Shanahan spoke with Bloomberg's Caroline Hepker and Stephen Carroll about the issues his agency is facing.
The war in Ukraine, supply chain problems, inflation, and labour shortages have been dominating the agenda at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where business and political leaders pitch investment and global collaborations. FRANCE 24 Business Editor Kate Moody has been speaking to Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland, about how the war might affect foreign investment in Europe, as well as the looming changes for the tech industry.
Sean Whelan, Washington Correspondent, gives an update from a government trade mission in California.
Our VP of Technology and Business Services Karen Healy writes a review of the 2022 RSA Conference, for the International Society of Automation’s Cybersecurity Alliance blog.
IDA Ireland VP of B2C technology Gemma Allen writes for Nasdaq on the fundamental shifts we will begin to face in the workplace as we move to a new hybrid working world.
The outgoing CEO speaks to Cliff Taylor about his decision to leave IDA Ireland
On her final stop in New York for St Patricks Day 2023, Interim CEO Mary stopped by Bloomberg Business Week to talk to Carol Massar about the global tech environment, Ireland’s stability and resilience, continued growth and of course, our strong and lasting relationships with US multinationals. Listen from 21:10.
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes our Interim CEO, Mary Buckley to speak about the strong business and cultural connections between Ireland & US, and the significant presence of American companies in Ireland over past 50 years in the country.