IIBN would like to thank everyone that attended the 2019 Annual Global Conference in London.

CONFERENCE SUMMARY by Susan Hayes Cullenton, Positive Economist

“The UK will heal economically from #Brexit, but the social and cultural differences is going to take much longer”, Paul Drechsler

“Today, people want an experience when they go into a retail store – hair salons, restaurants etc”, Paul Costello”

“There is a difference between real diversity and the diversity business”, Bonnie Greer

“The crash decimated low skilled jobs and the recovery brought high skilled jobs. Turbulence isn’t going away with the #AI revolution in the medium term”, Professor Louise Richardson

“We need to protect the peace process and common travel area, prevent economic isolation in Northern Ireland and physical infrastucture at the border as well as be conscious of rising tensions”, Peter Sheridan

“The biggest challenge that returning entrepreneurs is the lack of a network”, Paula Fitzsimons

“We could be facing a hung parliament in the UK election and lets remember the European Parliament is no longer made up of two main parties”, Lucinda Creighton

“Websites aren’t the future for good quality content, but through a distribution network”, Niall McGarry














IIBN would like to thank all of our Special Guests and Speakers, our Chapter Sponsors and our Conference Sponsor ‘Meet in Ireland‘.

We would also like to thank Susan Hayes Cullenton, Positive Economist, CEO: BeckSearch  and  IIBN Dublin Board member, for a  summary of the points shared at the IIBN conference last week in London… Twitter: @SusanHayes_ , @savvywomenbrand and @becksearch

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