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This three-day event will be held in DCU and comprises a weekend dedicated to developing ideas and hacking hardware in conjunction with PCH, DCU Innovation Campus and The Web Summit. Tickets: 40.
Retail Excellence Ireland's awards ceremony will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, and will be hosted by Hector Σ hEochagαin. Tickets: 195.
Continuing until November 5, this summit will be held in Powerscourt Estate, Dublin, and will focus on the various issues relating to identity relationship management in an internet-connected world. Full-summit tickets: 550.
This information evening for the Food Works 2015 programme will be held in Cork Institute of Technology, from 5.30pm till 8pm. It will provide information to food and/or drink startups looking to participate in the programme.
FTA Ireland half-day seminar for operators of vans and light commercial vehicles at the Clarion Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin.
The expo will take place in the Crowne Plaza Dublin Northwood, from 11am till 5pm. Minister Richard Bruton will officially launch the expo, which aims to support business growth in north Dublin.
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.
This ICT Ireland Skillnet event comprises a one-day, instructor-led introduction to cloud computing. It will be held in the Radisson Blu, St. Helens, Dublin. Cost: 50 to employees of member companies.
Running until November 9, the festival is a cocktail of economic insight and standup antics, and will feature leading economists and comedians in various events. Tickets start at 10; a festival ticket package (for nine shows) costs 99.
IBM and Smarttech have organised this seminar on cybercrime and how to protect firms from attack, taking place in the Stormont Hotel, Belfast, beginning at 10am. Registration required.
Taking place over November 8 and 9 in Dalkey Town Hall, this free fair will feature goods from 22 local designers and craft workers from Dun Laoghaire Rathdown. It runs from 10am to 6pm daily.
Business in the Community Ireland is organising this conference, taking place in Dublin Castle from 8.30am till 5.30pm. Over 20 speakers will discuss key trends in ethics, reputation and sustainabibility. Tickets: 315/245 (BITCI members).
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.
Organised by Grant Thornton, this seminar will look at acquisition strategies and sourcing funding. It takes place in the Ballsbridge Hotel from 7.30am till 10.30am.
The awards dinner for Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown Chamber's EnviroCom competition will take place in the Radisson Blu St. Helens Hotel. MC on the night will be Barbara Moynihan of 'On Your Feet'.
Organised by the Marketing Institute of Ireland, this summit will take place in the Aviva Stadium from 7.45am till 4.15pm. A range of speakers will discuss issues under the theme of 'the future CMO'. Tickets from 100 (MII members).
Wexford Chamber is hosting this annual business expo in Whites of Wexford, where 100 of the countys best businesses will be exhibiting. It runs from 10am till 6pm.
Taking place in The Ballsbridge Hotel, the awards dinner will see the announcement of the winners of this year's awards, including the gong for Local Authority of the Year. It begins at 7pm.
Taking place in Limerick Racecourse from 9am till 6pm, this Vodafone-sponsored summit will feature Constantin Gurdgiev and others, as well as SME exhibits, workshops and mentoring sessions. Tickets: 20.
The Fingal Dublin Business Excellence and CSR Awards 2014 presentation evening takes place in the Crowne Plaza Dublin Northwood Hotel in Santry. Marty Whelan will host the event and 22 awards are up for grabs. Tickets: 120.
Taking place over November 14 and 15, this inaugural event will be held in NUI Galway's Cairnes Building. Participants will come together to form firms and pitch ideas, while NUIG staff will provide expert guidance. Tickets start at 27.
Taking place in Cork City Hall from 9am till 4pm, this free business networking showcase and exhibition will feature 1,500 participants. It is organised by Cork innovates, in partnership with Vodafone and AIB.
Kilkenny Business Awards 2014 gala evening comprises a champagne reception followed by the awards ceremony proper. It takes place in Lyrath Estate Hotel, beginning at 6.30pm, and will be hosted by broadcaster Mary Kennedy.
This Louth Business Awards and gala dinner will take place in the Fairways Hotel, Dublin Road, Dundalk. Tickets: 50.
Taking place in the Doubletree Hilton Hotel, the event will brings Cork and Dublin companies together for networking opportunities. Darina Allen from Ballymaloe will be presented with an award on the night. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Countrywide Irish Taxation Institute roadshow from November 18 to 26, taking in Dundalk, Sligo, Galway, Athlone, Dubin, Limerick, Kilkenny, Cork and Waterford. Fee: 195
The annual online awards event takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin on the night.
The it@Cork Leaders Awards ceremony will be held in Cork County Hall, beginning at 7.15pm. Winners will be announced in six categories.
The winners of the Chartered Accountants Ireland Leinster Society Published Accounts Awards will be announced at this luncheon in The Shelbourne Hotel, beginning at 12.30pm. Ticket: 60.
Organised by the Irish Exporters Association, the awards dinner takes place at the Convention Centre Dublin, beginning at 7pm. Tickets: 220/2,200 (table of ten).
The Galway Young Entrepreneur Competition awards ceremony takes place in the Galway Bay Hotel on the night.
Limerick Chamber President's Dinner and Regional Business Awards take place in the Limerick Strand Hotel, beginning at 6.45pm. Guest speaker will be Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland. Tickets: 120 per ticket or 1,200 for a table of 10.
This event will take place in the Tower Hotel, beginning with a drinks reception and followed by the dinner proper. Tickets: 100.
The chamber's annual dinner dance and business awards ceremony takes place in The Grand Hotel. Awards will be given out in nine categories to winning businesses.
Taking place in the RDS main hall until November 30, the toy show will feature a range of in-demand toys, as well as Santa visits and children's entertainment.
Taking place in St. John's Central College, Sawmill Street, Cork, this event allows game-makers to meet, compete for prizes and make games. It begins at 9am on the day. Tickets: 10.
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.
This conference is organised by the Institute for International and European Affairs and takes place in Dublin's Mansion House. It will explore the changing landscape of corporate taxation and its implications for Ireland. Early-bird tickets: 199.
This Enterprise Ireland event takes place in Dublin Convention Centre from 10am till 4pm and will showcase all state-supported research and technology centres for interested businesses.
The fair takes place in the RDS until December 7 and will showcase the work of more than 500 designers, artists, and craftspeople. The fair opens at 10am daily. Tickets: 10 (adults)/8 (OAPs)
ICT Ireland Skillnet is holding this one-day workshop on how to develop a big-data strategy for business in the Radisson Blu, St. Helens, Dublin. Cost: 50 for members.
The Business & Finance Irish Business Awards 2014 is taking place in The Convention Centre Dublin, where 100 business leaders will be honoured for their work.
The awards ceremony for the Better Together video competition will be held in Dublin Castle, with awards in seven categories for non-profit organisations, clubs/associations, businesses and individuals.
Cork Chamber's Christmas lunch will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island, from 12.30pm till 3.30pm. John Lonergan is the keynote speaker. Tickets: 60/75 (non-members).
The South Dublin Chamber's annual Christmas lunch will take place in the Citywest Hotel, Saggart, from 12.30pm till 3pm.
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 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.
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.