Reboot and Reignite Business Series
Reboot and Reignite Business - Join Us For Our Free Seminar Series
Join Trinity Business School and Ibec, Ireland’s most influential business membership organisation, in our series of workshops and seminars designed to enable leaders to explore innovative and practical ways to rebuild and navigate their business through the Covid economy.
The Reboot & Reignite series brings together top academics, business leaders and industry experts in a series of online workshops where we tease out important questions and challenges facing businesses today. All business leaders, managers and owners are welcome to participate. As part of Trinity Business School and Ibec’s commitment to rebuilding business, there is no fee for any of the eight workshop seminars. Participants will engage with the panel in exploring these issues with the aim of taking away solutions and fresh innovative perspectives for their own organisations.
The Reboot and Reignite business campaign also seeks to challenge business leaders around securing a pathway to recovery that is financially viable and strategically competitive but also sustainable in terms of the environment and diversity. In a piece published in The Association of MBAs titled 'Let's Not Resuscitate the Frankenstein Economy', Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School, points out that the pandemic itself has given us a once in a lifetime chance to create a sustainable future society and business in the future. It’s a second chance that we can’t ignore, he says.
Join leaders such as Jamie Heaslip (TBS Advisory Board and former Captain of the Irish Rugby Team), Dr Rhona Mahony (Director Women’s Health Ireland East), Bobby Healy (Founder/CEO of Manna Drone Delivery), Margot Slattery (Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Sodexo Group), Clodagh Logue (Vice President, International HR at Fitbit), Siobhan Masterson (Head of Corporate Affairs, Ibec), Gavin Carpenter (CEO of Phonovation) and Danny McCoy (CEO of Ibec) & Professor Andrew Burke, (Dean of Trinity Business School) together with many others outstanding panellists.
The series kicks off on Tuesday 22 September from 13.00 to 14.15 and runs every Tuesday thereafter over the next 7 weeks. See details of the workshops and how to register below.