The Trinity Business + Technology Forum: Borderless Business – 4th March 2020 (Sponsored)

Feb 11, 2020

This week, Trinity Business School is holding its annual networking event, the Trinity Business + Technology Forum, now in its fourth year. The objective to facilitate networking and conversation, where attendees will be informed on the cutting edge issues facing business and society.

This year is no different. With the theme as Borderless Business, the forum will address how the new world of business is increasingly making national borders irrelevant. While many small open economies, such as Ireland, have a long history of integrating and collaborating with those outside of its borders, the current technological, ecological and socio-political pace of change is sufficiently rapid and disruptive to cause a reconfiguration of many the norms of business.

The 2020 Trinity Business + Technology Forum draws on both university and industry experts who, through engagement with the audience, will explore these new forces of change, assesses their impact and identify their consequences for managers, businesses and society; climate change, digital transformation, finance, and the new Europe are at the forefront of the agenda. There are some exceptional keynote speakers and contributors lined up, such as:

  • Alice Delahunt, Chief Digital Officer at Ralph Lauren
  • Brendan McDonagh, Chairperson of Advisory Board, Deputy Chair Allied Irish Bank
  • Danny McCoy, Chief Executive Officer, Irish Business & Employers Confederation (IBEC)
  • Mark O'Connell, Author ‘Notes From an Apocalypse’
  • Dawn Slevin, Managing Director, Environmental Liability Solutions Europe (ELS Europe)

The event will be held Trinity Business School's new state-of-the-art building. The recently opened 11,400 square metre structure includes an innovation and entrepreneurial hub, a 600-seat auditorium, restaurant space, smart classrooms and the latest digital technology.

This topic has never been more relevant. Join the forum on 4 March 2020 as it looks at Borderless Business. Tickets available online at https://www.tcd.ie/business/forum/.

(This article is sponsored by Trinity Business School.)