Killarney Economic Conference
“The shockwaves of Brexit are already being felt throughout the Irish economy… but what has yet to come?”
Exclusive to Irish Times subscribers, live streaming of the inaugural Killarney Economic Conference 2018. The conference will focus on Brexit, the challenges it poses for business, the legal issues that will arise, how it will shape future politics and the impact it will have on daily life.
Join our expert speakers from politics, business and academia.
Running Order: Saturday, January 13th
Session 1: LEGAL (9.00am to 10.30am)
1: George Baur EFTA
2: Catherine Barnard Cambridge
3: Gavin Barrett UCD
Each speaker will present for 20 mins, with a 30 Q&A session
Session 2: POLITICS (11am to 1.30pm)
1: Micheal Martin Fianna Fail
2: Arlene Foster DUP
3. Mark Drakeford Welsh Government
4. Robin Barnett British Ambassador to Ireland
5. Mike Russell Scottish Government
Each speaker will present for 25 mins, with a 25 Q&A session
Session 3: BUSINESS (3pm to 5pm)
1: Mark Kennedy Mazars
2: John McGrane British Irish Chamber of Commerce
3: Philip O’Regan University of Limerick
4: David Clarke Consultant
Each speaker will present for 25 mins, with a 20 Q&A session
Session 4: OPEN DISCUSSION (5.30pm to 7pm)
1: Matthew O’Toole Powerscourt
2: Mary C Murphy UCC
3: Ursula Kilkelly UCC
4. John Cronin McCann Fitzgerald
5: Jim Gallagher Nuffield College
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When and where?
- Dates 12th and 13th Jan 2018
- Time 9am
- Venue Killarney Convention Centre
The Killarney Economic Conference will be held at the Killarney Convention Centre on Muckross Road Killarney. Located in close proximity to Killarney train and bus station and Kerry International Airport.