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This half-day summit will take place in the Convention Centre Dublin and will be chaired by columnist and economics analyst for the Independent Newspaper Group, Dan OBrien. Cost: 175 (plus VAT).
September 17 and 18 in Citywest, Dublin. Billed as Ireland's most vibrant food, drink, hospitality and retail event. Register for free.
IBEC's president's dinner will be held in the RDS, beginning at 7.30pm. Cost: 1,500 per table (plus VAT).
Raomal Perera and Mary Cronin will present this UCD Smurfit School masterclass on creating and executing innovative growth strategies. Aimed at executives and senior managers, it takes place in UCD Smurfit School from 9am till 5pm. Fee: 500/450.
Organised by Zoom In, this workshop takes place in the Sandymount Hotel from 10.30am till 4.30pm. The faciltator will be Maria Jose Lynch, who has more than 20 years' experience in business and personal development coaching. Cost: 100 (early bird rate).
Bankruptcy expert Paul Carroll will deliver this free seminar, taking place in the Brandon Hotel in Tralee, Co. Kerry, from 7pm. He will discuss what bankruptcy is and what happens as a result of it. Registration required.
Taking place in the Stillorgan Park Hotel, this novel two-hour seminar begins at 7.30pm at provies advice on coaching, nutrition and injury prevention. Running commentator Susan Walsh is the host. Tickets: 35.
Taking place in the Citywest Hotel, this free event will show ways to use Smart's visual collaboration solutions and the Smart Room System for Microsoft Lync. A vendor village will also showcase interactive and audio visual products. Time: 10am till 3pm.
FTA Ireland is organising this one-day conference on controlling the legal, financial and taxation risks in the transport sector. It takes place in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Northwood, Dublin, from 9.30am till 4.30pm. Tickets: 300/325 (non members).
This two-day CPA conference will take place in The Heritage Hotel, Killenard, Co. Laois. Conference topics include practice management and funding for SMEs. Day one runs from 9.30am till 5.30pm and day two from 9.30am till 1pm. Costs from 235.
Taking place in the Guinness Storehouse from 7.30am till 11.30am, this conference will be attended by Irelands leading retailers and industry figures, discussing the importance of shopper marketing. Admission: 40.
The Chartered Institute of Management (CIM) Ireland will hold its annual conference in Belfast's Crumlin Road Gaol, beginning at 9am. The conference is also open to non-CIM members. Fee: £102/120 (non-members).
Taking place in Cork City Hall from 8am, this event will focus on tourism and economic development issues for the Cork region. Speakers include Vodafone Ireland's CEO, Anne O'Leary.
Running until October 10, Fingal Enterprise Week features a range of different business events, workshops, seminars and networking opportunities across the Fingal region.
This free seminar is being organised by Flowlens consultants and focuses on helping customers to harness effective customer lifecycle management. It takes place in Salmon Software offices, Riverview Business Park, beginning at 8.30am.
This free seminar is being organised by Flowlens consultants and focuses on helping customers to harness effective customer lifecycle management. It takes place at the Crowne Plaza hotel, beginning at 8.30am.
Dublin Chamber's annual dinner takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin, beginning at 6pm. Taoiseach Enda Kenny will be the guest of honour. Cost: 2,280 for a table of 12 or 190 per person.
This IMI event takes place in the IMI Campus in Sandyford, running from 8.15am till 4.15pm. Keynote speakers include Roy Keane and Martin O'Neill. Tickets: 480 (non-member CEOs/senior execs).
This free FSAI-run seminar will explore issues pertinent to small food businesses. Experts from the FSAI, the HSE and Teagasc will participate. It takes place in the Silver Springs Moran Hotel, Tivoli, Cork, from 8am till 12.45pm. Registration required.
Organised by business networking organisation Greenshoots, this free seminar takes place in the Irish Management Institute in Sandyford, from 8.30am till 1.30pm. A variety of speakers will offer SMEs tips on making the most of the recovery.
This free seminar is being organised by Flowlens consultants and focuses on helping customers to harness effective customer lifecycle management. It takes place in Thormac Engineering, Shannon Industrial Estate, Shannon, beginning at 8.30am.
Continuing until October 19 in the Convention Centre Dublin, this summit will feature Mary Robinson and Bob Geldof among a range of speakers to discuss global problems and the importance of visionary young future leaders worldwide.
This free seminar is being organised by Flowlens consultants and focuses on helping customers to harness effective customer lifecycle management. It takes place in the Clayton Hotel, beginning at 8.30am.
This free information event will bring almost 30 state agencies together to offer advice and supports to startups and other business owners. It takes place in the Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle, from 8.30am till 1.30pm.
Taking place in the Doubletree by Hilton in Dublin, this summit will see Irish and international business leaders speak on a range of topics relevant to Ireland in a global context. It begins at 9am.
The Realex Fire Web Awards ceremony takes place in Ballsbridge Hotel, where awards will be doled out for web achievements in multiple categories.
This summit takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin and will feature keynote speaker Professor Gary Hamel, amongst others, for discussions on human resources topics. Cost: 425 (member)/ 495 (non-member), plus VAT.
ISME will hold its annual conference in the RDS, under the theme of 'the spirit of enterprise'. The event begins at 8am and will hear from a number of speakers throughout the morning. Admission: 190/110 (non-members).
The awards ceremony for the Cork Digital Awards event takes place in the Kingsley Hotel, running from 12.30pm to 3pm.
The Irish Association of Corporate Treasurers will host this conference, taking place in the Gibson Hotel, in Dublin's IFSC. It will examine current regulatory changes and ongoing funding challenges for businesses and their treasurers.
Business in the Community Ireland is organising this conference, which will take place in Dublin Castle. It aims to bring the CEOs and senior management of some of Irelands top companies together to discuss key trends in ethics, reputation and sustainabi
This two-day exhibition/conference takes place in the RDS and is aimed at corporate data centre users/operators and third-party hosting companies. Attendance is free.
SFA's annual lunch will take place in the Doubletree Hilton Hotel from 1pm till 3.30pm. Guest of honour will be President Michael D. Higgins. Cost: 602.70 for a table of ten, or 60.27 for individuals, VAT included.
The annual online awards event takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin on the night.
This four-day software testing conference runs until November 27 and will be held in the Convention Centre Dublin, featuring tutorials, keynote speeches and workshops. Tickets range in price from 850 to 2,225.