The Inaugural Ireland INC Summit will take place in Dublin on October 22nd at The DoubleTree by Hilton in Dublin.

The Ireland INC Summit will provide a platform for debate and discussion whereby bringing together some of the Ireland’s global business leaders, government representatives and economic experts whom will deliver clear sighted analysis on how Ireland INC can deliver a ‘Working Plan for Ireland’.

The Ireland INC summit is an all island platform and will be hosted in the spirit of a Public Private Partnership. The Ireland INC Global Summit is positioned as the premier event for connecting with global Irish business network, key decision makers, investors, FDI and their support organizations in the sphere of business from across the globe.

Our sessions focused on the power of networks, the critical role of innovation and the need for a redefined business vision/plan for Ireland INC.

This unique event will be of particular interest to CEO’s, CFO’s and business leaders not only as a major networking opportunity, but also as an opportunity to gain unique insights and perspectives on Ireland INC and the best strategies for embracing the global opportunity that is Ireland INC in both promoting Irish Business interests both in Ireland and globally whilst at the same time promoting philanthropy.

The underlying theme is ‘IRELAND & THE WORLD’ and The Summit will leverage Ireland INC across the boardrooms of Ireland’s leading companies both local and international.

The Summit will aim to stimulate national and international business and political dialogue with the ultimate objective of promoting business in a local and global context. Through this summit we intend to launch a range of key initiatives by way of follow through with key corporate and network partners.

Topics will include;

• Open Key Markets to Irish Business
• Ireland 2020 “ A business plan for Ireland INC “
• Investing in Ireland – Key Requirements for Ireland INC to support Irish Business – including Infrastructure, key partnerships, innovation/technology, education
• “Geography is History” – Running global businesses out of Ireland
• Access Strategic Finance & Investors for Irish Business – life after banking?
• The ‘New Global Irish’ – A profile of the potential leverage of the Global Irish Business Network
• Corporate Giving/ CSR – ‘Capitalism is Good for Charity’