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The Best Business Events in Ireland this Q4 – Are you Attending?

WTC Dublin would like to demonstrate some of the best business events to attend in Ireland in the coming months. These events cater for all, from businesses taking their first steps to larger companies hoping to improve on their internal processes. Start-ups & Small businesses InterTrade Ireland -Funding for Growth Workshop Dublin Fledging SMEs/Entrepreneurs  When: Read more about The Best Business Events in Ireland this Q4 – Are you Attending?[…]

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How Can Your SME Best Utilize Today’s Shipping Industry?

The shipping industry in the global marketplace has been a hot topic of discussion over the past year, and rightfully so. Oftentimes, other industries are overlooked when high-growth, ever-changing industries such as technology and fashion fill newspaper headlines and occupy websites. However, the curious case of the shipping industry has caused analysts to pay attention Read more about How Can Your SME Best Utilize Today’s Shipping Industry?[…]

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The tiny relation between terrorist attacks and economy disruption

In the last eight days at least four different terrorist attacks had been carried out all around the world.[1] Terrorism is the new 21st Century security dilemma, posing a security threat as never experienced before.   What makes terrorism so fearful? Terrorism targets civil populations randomly and indiscriminately. Such frivolous characteristics of terrorism give it an Read more about The tiny relation between terrorist attacks and economy disruption[…]

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The Irish General Election – Friend or Foe to Business?

In the most recent leader’s debate held Monday 15th February, Stephen Donnelly of the Social Democrats highlighted that the political establishment did not understand business. Why has business anything to do with politics and governance some might say?  Don’t be surprised to hear – a whole lot! The Outlook Forgetting each parties’ manifestos for a Read more about The Irish General Election – Friend or Foe to Business?[…]

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Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016: Industry 4.0

Last week WTCD covered some relevant economic topics discussed at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting held at Davos two weeks ago. This entry is the last post of the series, introducing Revolution 4.0. This term is becoming a widespread concept but still unknown to many of us. The New Digital Transformation Technological breakthroughs are Read more about Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016: Industry 4.0[…]

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Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Climate Crisis Talks

“The world has been getting progressively warmer in every decade since 1850 and 10 of the hottest years ever recorded have happened since 1998.” Figure 1: The world is currently on track for warming of around 4ºC. A Green Future for Our World Global warming, water scarcity, melting poles, CO2 emissions, pollution, extreme weather conditions…For Read more about Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Climate Crisis Talks[…]

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Brief Analysis on World Economic Forum’s 2016: Global Risk Findings (I)

Last week, the World Economic Forum took place in Davos (Switzerland). This 2016 meeting rounded up the world’s top leaders and experts to discuss major current economic issues affecting our world. The agenda of this year covered topics from environmental and health backgrounds to migration movements, also featuring several press-conferences with Presidents from all over Read more about Brief Analysis on World Economic Forum’s 2016: Global Risk Findings (I)[…]