Please find details of events held by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland over the previous year.
Independence Day Gala Lunch 2015, DoubleTree by Hilton
Guest Speaker: Dr Anita Sands
Proudly Sponsored by: AIB
Guest of Honour Dr Anita M. Sands
Dr. Anita M. Sands is a global technology and business leader, public speaker, and advocate for the advancement of women. Anita has been named one of the "Elite 8" by Bank Systems and Technology, an award recognizing the eight most innovative executives in the North American financial services industry and as one of "The TEN to Watch for 2012" by Registered Rep, a leading finance publication. In 2011, Anita was named to the Irish American "Top Forty Under Forty", and "Woman of Influence" lists and has been a three time honoree among the "Wall Street 50", which recognizes the best and brightest Irish and Irish-American leaders. In 2012, the international humanitarian organization, Concern Worldwide honored Anita with their Women of Concern award, for her leadership, contribution to public service, and efforts to empower women throughout the world.
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We are delighted to announce we have agreed a room rate of €135.00 per single occupancy room and €155.00 per double / twin occupancy room B&B, for our guests and members
AmCham RD&I Network - The use of R&D Credit & Other Tools, DCU Ryan Academy
Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: PwC
The next American Chamber RD&I Network meeting will be focused on the use of incentives with an anchor US company presentation on the use of the R&D credit and other tools within a business proposition and how to prepare and position the business case within the organisation's decision makers.
Full details will be issued shortly and you can register your place now.
Date: Monday 22nd June 2015
Time: Registration 8am; 12 noon close
Venue: DCU Ryan Academy, Citiwest, Dublin
The American Chamber's RD& I Network Programme aims to help members develop their business in Ireland by facilitating the sharing of information and best practice, through discussion, case studies and research. It supports the sharing of inspirational examples of companies safeguarding their future through successful innovation, not only in the design and implementation of products but also in services, and facilitating discussions among successful companies about evolving strategies and structures for more agile, strategic, resilient businesses. Supported by PwC, Programme Partners 2015.
American Chamber: Network for Women in Global Organisations, Twitter, Georges Quay House, Dublin 2
Proudly Sponsored by: Vodafone
American Chamber Annual Summer Drinks, Bank of Ireland, 1 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2
Proudly Sponsored by: Bank of Ireland
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL
The American Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to attend their
Summer Drinks Reception:
Thursday 11th June from 6 - 8pm - Bank of Ireland - 1 Grand Canal Square Dublin 2.
The evening will provide an opportunity for you to network and socialise with members of the Chamber in a relaxed atmosphere.
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Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: Various
American Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner, DoubleTree by Hilton
THE EVENT WILL START AT 7PM, WE WILL BE SITTING FOR 7.30PM SHARP FOR DINNER
Please note this event is BLACK-TIE
THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
to register for our waitlist please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Irish operations of US multinationals are global leaders in delivering innovation. This innovation can be seen in new products, in processes and in fostering partnerships with indigenous businesses and Institutions that also support innovation. In 2015 these innovations will be celebrated at our Inaugural Annual Dinner presented jointly by the Chamber and the Royal Irish Academy. The high profile event will culminate with a very special US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards Dinner on May 15. These awards are designed to highlight the best innovation that emerges from world class FDI located on the island of Ireland.
Three award categories will be judged by the Royal Irish Academy and recognise achievements for innovative researc breakthroughs in:
(1) Irish operations of US multinationals
(2) Irish owned business with US FDI links
(3) Higher Education Institutes or Research Bodies that collaborate with US FDI.
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Investment and trade briefing, William Fry
Guest Speaker: A business delegation from St Louis, Missouri, USA, led by Mayor Francis Slay
We are delighted to invite you to an investment and trade briefing with a business delegation from St Louis, Missouri, USA, led by Mayor Francis Slay.
Greater St. Louis has long marketed itself as the gateway to the American West with 19 Fortune 1000 companies calling St. Louis home, along them Enterprise Rent-a-Car and World Wide Technology. It has a business climate primed for continued growth, forging new frontiers in innovative and exciting industries including: Financial and Information Services, Bioscience, Multi-modal Logistics & Manufacturing and Health Science and Services.
St. Louis is:
• Home to the fastest growing incubator in the U.S.: T-Rex.
• The 19th largest metropolitan area in the U.S.
• The 9th most cost-competitive large metro location to do business in the U.S.
• 1st for competitive Electric Power and 2nd for Annual Corporate Travel costs.
• 7th in the "Top 10 Large American Cities of the Future 2013/14 - Human Resources" which includes over 400 cities throughout North America and Latin America.
• Highly educated: 30% of +25s with degrees or higher; exceeding the national average
Companies within the delegation include: RGA International Reinsurance Company Limited, Burns & McDonnell, FleishmanHillard, BioSTL, MasterCard Technologies, Monsanto, Mallinckrodt, Novus International, Unico, St. Louis Regional Chamber, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission, Saint Louis University, Webster University, St Louis World Trade Center and The Berrick Partnership LLC.
AmCham Briefing:The Future of Benefits Packages, Deloitte - Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2
We are delighted to invite you to attend a briefing on the Future of Benefits Packages at which Patrick Brennan of Irish Health Insurance will address the changes to Healthcare legislation and their impact on your business and Deloitte will present on the impact on strategic choices.
This briefing will focus on the likely impact of those changes as well as the broader picture for C&B packages.
The competition for talent is constant and companies are continually refining their compensation and benefits packages to stay attractive. We believe recent changes to health insurance legislation are of key relevance to compensation and benefits managers.
Deloitte's Tax Team will present on the impact that those changes will have on compensation and benefits strategies and also discuss potential alternatives. Speakers will include Daryl Hanberry, Director, Tax & Legal, and Lisa Buckley, Senior Manager, Total Rewards & Benefits, Deloitte.
Date: 15th April 2015
Time: Registration 8am - 10am finish
Venue: Deloitte, D&T House, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
There is ample on-street parking nearby or alternatively private parking available in the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace.
Email Jonathan Small for further information J.Small@amcham.ie
AmCham RD&I Network, PwC
Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: PwC
On 26th March join Mark Gantly, Managing Director HP Galway; Ken Moore, Head of Citi Innovation Labs Dublin; Leonard Hobbs, Director Global Public Affairs, Intel; and Dr Peter Hetherington, Global Lead Assignment Technology Transfer, Pfizer for an overview of the Chamber's RD&I Strategy and an overview of their sectors, looking at challenges and opportunites.
The AmCham RD&I working group will present an industry perspective on the purpose, capability and expected outcomes of each part of the RD&I (Research Development & Innovation) system in Ireland based on research undertaken through Chamber membership over the last year.
This meeting will explore the success to-date of the system and make an evaluation from an FDI perspective of the overall performance of the system while identifying the key areas for focus and improvement.
Date 26th March 2015
Time: Registration 8am to 12 noon close
Venue: PwC, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1
Brought to you by PwC AmCham RD&I Network Programme Partners 2015 - there is no charge to attend.
Email Miriam O'Keeffe for further information firstname.lastname@example.org
President's Gala Lunch 2015, The Shelbourne Hotel
Proudly Sponsored by: Barclays
Join us to celebrate the strength of Ireland's economic relationship with the US as we launch a major report on Irish-US Trade and Investment.
The President's Lunch 2015 will see the launch of our new report The Irish US Economic Relationship 2015 by Wall St. Economist Joseph Quinlan. Coming just a week before St. Patrick's Day when business in Ireland takes centre stage globally for several days, this report will provide a valuable insight into the scale of this relationship, and why Ireland has become the global location of choice for US investment.
Joseph Quinlan, author of this report, will present its findings for the first time at the President's Lunch. The following week it will be the subject of an seminar in New York.
Eamonn Sinnott, the 2015 President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland will be keynote speaker, making his first address as President. He will outline his ambitions for Ireland to continue to enhance its offering to US multinationals and build even stronger levels of investment.
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AmCham Conference - Resilience, Leadership & The Bottom Line, Xilinx
Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: Aviva Health
Are you, your colleagues, or your employees working at peak performance levels? Are you fighting fit for the coming year? Are you filled with enthusiasm for all you need to achieive in 2015?
Join us as Dr Sabina Brennan, Director Institute of Neuroscience at TCD and Carmel McLoughlin, HR Manager Manufacturing Organisation within Intel and the Energy Project http://theenergyproject.com/ lead an exploration, via discussion & workshop, of the foundations of resilience in theories of positive psychology and the conservation of resources.
We will discuss its relevance for Leadership; and how a coherent set of resilience-enhancing practices have the potential to contribute to employees' psychological capital, attitudes and behaviour, and to organisational performance not only in turbulent circumstances but also during periods of relative calm - Impacting the Bottom Line.
Date: 27th February 2015
Venue: Xilinx, Bianconi Avenue, Citywest, Dublin.
Time: 8.00am registration - 12.30 Conference Ends.
This conference is brought to you through the support of the AmCham HR Leadership Group Programme Partners 2015 AVIVA HEALTH- there is no charge to attend.
Christmas Drinks Reception 2014, TBC
Guest Speaker: TBC
Proudly Sponsored by: TBC
Thanksgiving Day Lunch, The Four Seasons
Proudly Sponsored by: William Fry
For more information on our Thanksgiving Lunch please contact: Lynn Behan L.Behan@amcham.ie
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Data Developments: Cyber Security & the ‘Right to be forgotten’, Mason Hayes & Curran
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Women in FDI Network - Current Leaders influencing Future Leaders, Vodafone
Guest Speaker: Various - See Below
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland invite you to join a discussion at our inaugural Women in FDI Business Network, on Friday November 7th 2014.
We are delighted to announce that our panellists are four Exceptional Business Leaders who will speak about the opportunities & challenges they faced to become the leaders they are today. This initial panel discussion will be followed by open forum for all participants.
There is limited availability - RSVP to Lynn Behan by return mail or on 01 6616637 by Friday 31st October 2014.
Venue: Vodafone, Leopardstown Dublin 18
Date: Friday 7th November 2014
Time: Registration 08.00
Programme commences 8.20 - Ends 10am
American Chamber of Commerce President
PayPal Vice President of Global Operations, EMEA
Vodafone, Chief Executive Officer
Airbnb, Head of EMEA CX
Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Senior Vice President & General Manager
Proudly partnered with Vodafone - there is no charge to attend.
AmCham & the International School of Dublin Networking Lunch, DoubleTree by Hilton
Guest Speaker: Lucinda Creighton TD
THERE IS NO CHARGE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT
Mindset & Performance - AmCham Conference, Ebay, Blanchardstown
Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: Laya Healthcare
International research has shown that culture contributes between 20% and 30% to the bottom line and those companies whose cultures emphasized all the key managerial constituencies and leadership from managers at all levels outperformed firms that did not have those cultural traits by a huge margin.*
Mindsets drive behaviours, and behaviours support (or obstruct) the management practices that lead to successful or unsuccessful change efforts. Bringing these mindsets to the surface and working with them is the only way to make sustainable change happen.
Established work patterns and habits, the corporate culture, can be changed and harnessed at all levels within an organisation to elevate performance while at the same time creating a fulfilled workforce. As an organisation's culture reflects a current set of behaviours, then to develop a culture that supports high performance we need to identify and change these behaviours.
Join the AmCham HR Leadership Group and The Pacific Institute on the 17th October from 8am to 1pm in Ebay, Blanchardstown as we explore how Mindset affects Performance and how to bring about sustainable change in your organisation.
This conference is part of the HR Leadership 2014 Programme proudly partnered by Laya Healthcare. There is no charge to attend.
* John P. Kotter and James Heskett monitored corporate culture in 207 major US companies, in 22 different industries, over an 11 year period and their research showed a clear relationship between culture and performance.
Irelands Global Role - Maximising Potential, EY Harcourt Street
Guest Speaker: Various
Proudly Sponsored by: EY
The American Chamber in partnership with EY invite you to a breakfast seminar with special guest Mayor of Seattle, Edward Murray on Monday 29th September. With some of Ireland's key US companies headquartered in Seattle and the West Coast, we will be discussing "Ireland's Global Role - Maximising Potential"
Date: 29th September 2014
Time: 8am Registration - 10.30am
Venue: EY, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
This seminar is part of the 2014 AmCham Business Transformation Programme which is proudly partnered by EY. There is no charge to attend.
Cork Business Lunch, Maryborough Hotel
Guest Speaker: Donal Lenihan
Proudly Sponsored by: Matheson
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Benefits & Success - Mediation in the Commercial Court, William Fry
Guest Speaker: Hon. Justice Mr Paul Gilligan
The Honourable Mr Justice Paul Gilligan has agreed to share his experiences and views regarding mediation from his perspective as a Judge of the Commercial Court at a members only breakfast briefing on the 16th September. We are also delighted to be joined by Austin Kenny, Chair of ICMA (Irish Commercial Mediation Association) and ICMA Council member John Madden who will to give us a US /international perspective.
This is a unique opportunity to hear how mediation can help your business settle disputes before they escalate into costly legal proceedings. Mediation is the fastest growing alternative dispute resolution mechanism in Ireland and one that has proven to be of particular benefit to the corporate sector in the US. Our speakers are perfectly positioned to explain how it is becoming increasingly relevant to the business community in Ireland.
This breakfast briefing is suitable for everyone concerned with minimising the impact of disputes on the bottom line, from senior management to procurement to process outsourcing, and supply chain.
Date: 16th September 2014
Venue: William Fry, Fitzwilton House, Cumberland Road, Dublin 2
7.45am Registration & Light Breakfast
8.30am Opening Remarks
There is no charge to attend which is kindly hosted by William Fry.
TTIP: The Transatlantic Opportunity - PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED, PwC - One Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED