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Taking place in the Crowne Plaza Dublin -- Northwood, this full-day event will focus on key issues around SEO, digital marketing, tax, logistics, fulfillment, web design and of course e-commerce. Tickets from 149 (early bird).
Lovin Dublin is organising this conference, which takes place in the Button Factory, Temple Bar, beginning at 2pm. A variety of well-known chefs and food industry figures will discuss how to make it in the sector. Tickets cost around 71.
The Imperial Hotel, South Mall, Cork, 8am-10.30am.
Running from 9.30am till 2pm in Killashee House Hotel, this expo will bring together industry leaders based in Kildare from the manufacturing, innovation and technology sectors. Events include a 'meet the buyer' session.
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.
This year's awards ceremony takes place in The Helix at DCU, beginning at 1pm. Shortlisted projects include AmbiSense and DaysE. The awards will be presented by DCU President, Prof. Brian MacCraith, and Fujitsu Ireland's CEO, Regina Moran.
Taking place in the DoubleTree by Hilton in Dublin on the day, this event will reward the countrys most successful and innovative tourism products, services and experiences. Tickets: 153.75 each.
Taking place in Croke Park Conference Centre, a range of international interactive experts will discuss AR for efficiencies, engagement and innovation in several sectors, including medical. It begins at 9.30am. Tickets from 235 (plus VAT).
Taking place in the Headford Arms Hotel, this event will showcase local businesses, as well as discussing business funding and attracting FDI. Exhibitors will include businesses, state agencies, lenders and VC firms. It runs from 4pm to 7pm.
A half-day event designed to help SMEs understand the range of state aids/support avaiable to them. Representatives from over 30 state agencies will be present. It takes place in the Tower Hotel, Waterford, from 8.30am till 1.30pm.
Organised by it@Cork, the summit will address future trends and tech topics around cloud security, the IoT and digital media, with a range of high-profile speakers. It takes place in Cork City Hall, beginning at 8am.
The awards ceremony aims to reward the best in smart marketing through the previous year and the event takes place in Dublin's Mansion House, beginning at 7.30pm. Tickets from 250 (plus VAT) per person; group discounts available.
Running over May 7 and 8, the Irish Economic Association's annual conference will be held in the Institute of Banking, IFSC, Dublin 1. Speakers will include Professor Christopher Udry (Yale University). Early registration fee: 100.
The Vintners Federation of Ireland's annual conference takes place in the Gleneagle Hotel, Killarney, from May 11 to 13.
This three-day programme, which continues in UCD's Smurfit Business School until May 14, is aimed at individuals who are being asked to take on a significant leadership role at a time of change in their organisations. Cost: 2,000/1,800 (UCD alumni)
Taking place in Croke Park, this summit will provide participants with a chance to hear insights from business leaders and network with exhibitors and SME support organisations. It runs from 10am to 5pm. Tickets: Free (early registration)/20.
Bord Iascaigh Mhara's conference will see various speakers address the challenges and opportunities in the Irish seafood industry. It takes place in Killashee House Hotel, Naas, from 7.30am till 2pm. Tickets: 75.
Focus on Private Equity. Grant Thornton offices, Dublin. Time 8am-10.30am
Organised by Rodolfo Melogli, author and founder of digital firm Business Bloomer, this evening workshop takes place Dublin Chamber offices, Dublin 2, from 6.30pm till 8pm. It will focus on developing online content that sells. Tickets 5 -- registration
The Marketing Institute of Irelands competition will consider the best marketing campaigns and teams over the last year, with prizes in 19 categories. The event takes place in the DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin 4.
Taking place in Croke Park on May 14 and 15, over 200 senior industry executives, thought leaders and solution providers from across the world will gather to discuss global challenges facing the re/insurance and captive industry.
The conference takes place in Clontarf Castle, Dublin 3, and will discuss employment law and workplace issues under the theme of 'The Future of Workplace Flexibility'. It runs from 8.30am till 4pm. Tickets: 270 (plus VAT).
The Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit. Time 8am - 10.30am
Taking place in the CityWest Hotel in Dublin, the theme for this year's conference is 'Going for Growth'. Various speakers from around the globe will discuss recruitment trends and future prospects for the recruitment industry in Ireland.
Now in its third year, the annual Data Solutions forum focuses entirely on computer security, and in particular on the rise of third-platform threats. It takes place in the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin, from 9am till 4.30pm. Registration required.
Taking place in Google Dublin and continuing on May 15, this Usenix advanced computing systems conference will include talks and tutorials on system design, cloud-scale automation, SDN and failure diagnosis.
This SME conference takes place in the Aviva Stadium. Tickets cost 95
This content and social media marketing conference and exhibition will take place in Croke Park and includes speaker from Facebook, LinkedIn and the Digital Marketing Institute. Speeches begin at 9am.
Continuing until May 26 in the RDS, this trade fair is aimed at trade buyers in the pharmacy, beauty and gift sectors.
The summit is being held in Carton House, Kildare, and will address a range of bank-related themes. Speakers include Colm Lyon of Realex and Ken Moore of Citibank. It runs from 8am till 5pm. Tickets cost around 608.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Dublin Web Summit returns to the RDS from November 3 to 5, featuring a busy lineup of big names from the tech sector.