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Taking place in Dublin Convention Centre, this summit will feature speakers such as Deepak Chopra and Willie Walsh, who will talk about their insights into career and personal life success. Tickets from €345.
Running until January 21 in the RDS, the event will see over 400 craft exhibitors display their wares, including fashion and knitwear, jewellery, craft, gift and interiors.
This aviation finance conference takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin from January 20 to 22, where experts will discuss aviation industry issues with over 1,200 senior stakeholders from 65 countries.
Taking place in Carton House Hotel, Kildare, this summit will bring together leaders from the energy ecosystem to discuss trends and predictions in the energy sector. It runs from 8am till around 5pm. Tickes from €150.
Continuing until January 27 in the Convention Centre Dublin, this conference will feature speakers, workshops and breakout sessions all focusing on the customer experience.
Taking place in Dublin's Four Seasons Hotel, the theme for this year's conference is 'The Time Is Now' for grocery investment. A range of industry speakers will participate over the day. Tickets: €399.75 (including VAT).
This conference and exhibition will be held in Aviva Stadium, where manufacturing leaders, academics and government agencies who will deliver keynote addresses and debates. It begins with registration at 8am. Tickets: €295. Early-bird discounts available.
The data protection conference will be held in the Printworks conference hall, Dublin Castle. Tickets from €200.
This event takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin, beginning at 6.30pm. Special guests are John Bruton and rugby legend Willie-John McBride. Tickets €125 (table of ten: €1,100).
Cork Chamber's annual dinner for 2015 takes place in Cork City Hall, beginning at 7.30pm. Tickets: €175.
Taking place in Croke Park Conference Centre, this free breakfast event runs from 8am till 10.30am. At it, InterTrade Ireland will discuss alternative/additional sources of growth finance options for business.
Organised by the Hardware Association of Ireland, this trade show/conference runs over February 15 and 16 in Citywest Hotel's conference and event centre. It covers four strands: home, garden, build and DIY.
This foodservice exhibition will continue until February 19 in the RDS, bringing more than 200 exhibitors and 11,000 visitors together the three-day event.
The 2015 Spring Career Zoo takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin, running from 10am till 5pm.
This event takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin and runs until March 1. Local and international craft beverages, as well as food and music, will be in plentiful supply. Tickets: €15.
The annual conference of the Business Analysts Association of Ireland takes place in the HQ of the Irish Computer Society, Pembroke Road, Dublin 4. Tickets: €375/€475 (non-BAAI members).
Taking place over March 4 and 5 in the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport, this conference will include product presentations from leading ERP vendors, including SAP and Oracle. Tickets start at €150.
Ibec's CEO conference will take place in the Printworks, Dublin Castle, in partnership with Irish Design 2015. The keynote speaker will be Tom Kelley of IDEO.
This show runs in the RDS over March 8 and 9, featuring over 350 brands and leading figures from the beauty industry.
Organised by the Marketing Institute of Ireland, this day-long digital marketing conference will feature over 30 speakers. It takes place in Aviva Stadium.
Over 400 potential customers, including 300 pre-screened international buyers, will attend this event in Dublin Convention Centre to meet with Irish food and drink producers intent on doing business.
Continuing until April 19 in the RDS, this show will showcase brands, new designs and a range of ideas for the home.
Taking place in the RDS over April 22 and 23, the Smart Business Show will feature a range of key exhibitors and speakers from various industries, as well as workshops, tech talks and networking opportunities.