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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.
Continuing until January 30 in the Science Gallery Dublin, this international film and technology forum will feature Sopranos creator David Chase and film director Michel Gondry among its speakers. Tickets from €95.
This free briefing is for CIF members and takes place in Microsoft's building in South County Business Park, Dublin 18. It will discuss the strategic value of cloud computing for the construction sector. It runs from 8am till 11am. Registration required.
The FSAI is organising this free half-day seminar, which takes place in the Crowne Plaza Northwood, Dublin 9, from 8am till 1pm. Experts from the FSAI and the HSE will discuss food safety, labelling, running a food business, etc.
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).
The Data-Driven Marketing Conference 2015 takes place over January 29 and 30 in The Helix, Dublin, and will brief attendants on the latest innovations in marketing technology. A two-day conference pass costs €485.85.
Taking place in Sligo Airport, Strandhill, this free summit will feature a mix of keynote speakers, workshops and informal activities, based around promoting the mechanics of creativity, web, business and enterprise. Registration required.
Organised by software development firm Informatica and taking place in the Westin Dublin Hotel from 9am till 2pm, this event will discuss the role of data in real-time digital enterprise. Managing data in Salesforce and Eircode migration will also be cove
Dublin Chamber's AGM Dinner will take place in the InterContinental Dublin (formerly the Four Seasons), from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Tickets: €165 pp/€1,980 for a table of 12.
Smarttech and Cork Internet Exchange (CIX) are hosting this free seminar in CIX offices in Hollyhill Industrial Estate, Cork, for companies interested in finding out more about data backup and recovery. It begins at 3pm. Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cork Chamber's annual dinner for 2015 takes place in Cork City Hall, beginning at 7.30pm. Tickets: €175.
This free event will launch InterTrade Ireland’s new 'Funding for Growth Advisory Service', which will help firms discover new routes to raising growth finance. It takes place in Croke Park Conference Centre from 7.30am till 10.30am. Reg. required.
Taking place in the Merrion Hotel, Dublin, from 7.30am till 9am, the free event's theme is 'inspiring and motivating the workplace'. The speakers are social entrepreneur Caroline Casey and Google Ireland's Helen Tynan. Booking recommended.
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.
Continuing until March 1, this inaugural festival will include over 100 entertaining and informative events across venues such as the BBC, Titanic Belfast, Queen's University Belfast and the Ulster Museum.
The 2015 Spring Career Zoo takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin, running from 10am till 5pm.
Croke Park, Dublin 3. Cost: €349 plus VAT.
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).
Clyde Court Hotel, Duublin 4, followed by dinner. Conference fee: €300/€350 plus VAT.
Running in the RDS until March 1, this show is expected to attract over 27,000 motorbike enthusiasts. Events will include demo races, racing star interviews and fashion shows. Tickets from €12.50.
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.
Continuing until March 8 in Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, this creative festival/conference will feature top Irish and international creative professionals come together for presentations, lectures, interviews and discussions. Tickets from €112.50.
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.
This Oracle User Group event takes place in Croke Park and will educate attendants on all things Oracle. Topics covered include Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Technology, business analytics and applications innovation.
Keynote speaker, Dr Tim Habbershon, Adjunct Professor in Family Enterprising, Babson College, Massachusetts
Organised by SEAI, The Energy Show takes place on March 25 and 26 at the RDS in Dublin and is the annual flagship event for professionals in the energy sector.
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.
Billed as the first international conference focusing on mobile journalism, mobile filmmaking and mobile photography, MojoCon runs until March 28 in RTE studios and the Convention Centre Dublin. Tickets start at €250.
Taking place in the Europe Hotel and Resort in Killarney, this conference continues until April 1 and is geared around product development, taking Apple as inspiration.
Keynote speaker Professor Alfredo de Massis, Director of Centre for Family Business, Lancaster University Management School
Continuing until April 19 in the RDS, this show will showcase brands, new designs and a range of ideas for the home.
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.
Taking place in the DoubleTree by Hilton in Dublin on the day, this event will reward the country’s most successful and innovative tourism products, services and experiences. Tickets: €153.75 each.
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.
The Dublin Web Summit returns to the RDS from November 3 to 5, featuring a busy lineup of big names from the tech sector.