A podcast series about the people and priorities behind Irish business and the global climate that shapes it. Get behind-the-scenes access to what's top of mind for Ireland's business leaders, thought leaders, and the people working hard to reboot and reimagine a better Ireland. Brought to you by Ireland's largest and most influential business lobby group. For more great content from the Ibec Voices series, visit https://www.ibec.ie/influencing-for-business/ibec-campaigns/ibec-voices.
Leading through Lockdown, with Kari Daniels, Tesco Ireland
Tesco is Ireland’s largest private sector employer, with 13,000 employees across the country. Kari Daniels has led the company since September 2018. However, as most CEOs will attest, the style of leadership required for the role has evolved rapidly in...
Understanding ‘Zero Covid’ and why it could work
Covid strategies have two phases - the suppression and the release. In the context of where Ireland and much of the northern hemisphere finds itself ten months into this pandemic, this episode of Ibec Voices examines Ireland’s strategy to date in its...
Budget 2021: Solutions for a K-Shaped Recovery
As a country, as a society, as an economy, we’ve always risen to a challenge. The devastation COVID-19 has dealt the world will test Ireland in a way we have never experienced before.Meeting this challenge will take big ideas, brave thinking and a bold...
Glanbia and Ireland’s Experience Economy: Food for Thought
Ireland’s Hospitality industry has evolved at an incredible pace in recent years. Traditionally associated with pubs, restaurants, and hotels, the sector has widened its reach rapidly and now includes new, valuable drivers including festivals,...
Rebooting Ireland’s towns and cities
The recent July Stimulus package was the largest in the history of the State and is an important step in rebooting the economy. Our attention must now be on safely bringing people and vibrancy back into commercial districts, offices, towns and...
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the lifeblood of the Irish economy. They are the engine of employment and development across the country, forming part of the fabric of every community. But, as the sector most heavily impacted by the COVID-19...
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Last post April 9th - today is May 18th. So much important info coming out - podcasts are Wonderful tool BUT they need to be Regular - ESPECIALLY when critical info is being disseminated on all other channels of comm. .. lets get with it guys.