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Taking place in the Convention Centre Dublin from May 26 to 28, this conference will be organised around five key content areas related to the overall theme of 'Implementation for Impact'. Tickets range from €160 to €500.
This free one-day B2B event provides SMEs and startups with info on existing and alternative sources of funds. It runs in the RDS and includes talks from industry, academics and business people on funding streams. It runs from 8am till 6pm.
ProStrategy and IBM will present this briefing, focusing on business metrics as the foundation for good performance management strategies. It takes place in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, from 8.15am till 11am.
Taking place in the DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin 4, ISME's annual lunch begins at 12.30pm. Guest speaker is finance minister Michael Noonan. Tickets from €60.
Continuing until May 31 in the RDS, this event will include fashion shows and masterclasses, a food village, an outdoor living arena and a style bar.
The Sockies 2015 will be held in the RDS and will reward innovation and creativity in social media and digital marketing. Tickets cost €50.
The forum takes place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island, Cork, where a range of speakers will discuss the theme of leadership. It runs from 8am till 1pm. Tickets: €120/€150 (non-members).
This inaugural fundraiser takes place in the RDS and is aimed at the Irish aviation community. Proceeds from the event will go to the Darndale Childcare Centre. Events take off at 6.30pm. Tickets for the full event: €100.
Taking place in the IMI Conference Centre, Dublin 16, this conference will feature over 15 speakers discussing the latest NoSQL and big data developments and trends. It begins at 8.30am.
This free conference, organised by Green Business and IBEC, will look at financing and funding opportunities to make firms more energy-efficient. It takes place in Killashee House Hotel, Naas, from 8.30am till 4pm.
The theme for this year's SFA National Conference is 'Boost -- your confidence, your team, your business, your profits'. It takes place in the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin 4, from 8.30am till 2.30pm. Tickets: €111/€148 (non members).
The annual food and drink festival returns from June 11 to 14 in Dublin's Iveagh Gardens. It will include live cookery demos from top chefs, as well as exhibitions and cooking lessons. Tickets from €17.50.
As part of the Cork Midsummer Festival, businesses and restaurants in Cork have organised this outdoor three-course banquet for 400 people. It takes place on Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork city, running from 6.30pm till 9pm. Tickets: €45 plus booking fee.
Taking place in the T13 Hub, Belfast, over June 15 and 16, this Paddy Cosgrave-organised event will feature speaker stages, workshops and networking events focused on the payments and finance landscape.
The summit will be held in the RDS and the principal theme is 'Sustainably Rebuilding Ireland'. Key stakeholders from the construction sector will speak at the event. Tickets: €295.
This iQuest-organised summit, taking place in Carton House, Kildare, will explore how the internet of things means business. Speakers from Intel, Cisco and the NDRC are among those participating. It runs from 8.50am till 5pm. Early bird tickets: €308.
Taking place in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre over June 18 and 19, this event offers perspectives on leadership, innovation and diversity in STEM. Tickets from €225.
Running until June 30 in the RDS, this event will explore ways of harnessing marine bioresources for innovations in the food industry.
After a successful first outing in 2014, the coffee and tea festival returns to the RDS, continuing until September 13. The festival will showcase tea and coffee-making equipment, artisan brewers, masterclasses and other attractions.
This half-day summit takes place in The Convention Centre Dublin, and will feature discussions on the current state of play in corporate restructuring, as well as trends and projections in the sector. It runs from 7.30am till 1.30pm. Tickets: €225 plus VA
Some 50 startup-related events will be held in five cities over five days (until October 10), kicking off with a national conference on October 5.
Continuing until October 22, this ICANN public meeting, in partnership with INEX, will provide a platform for global DNS (domain name system) policies and procedures to be agreed. It takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin.
The Dublin Web Summit returns to the RDS from November 3 to 5, featuring a busy lineup of big names from the tech sector.