Careers 2021 special report looks at which sectors are recruiting and at how the jobs market has been impacted by the twin challenges of Covid-19 and Brexit. While some sectors have been dealt a hammer blow, others are hiring and adapting very successfully to the new working environment.
Life Sciences special report looks at a sector that has more than 80 pharma and 300 medtech companies and employs more than 50,000 people directly. With such a strong foothold here, it is unsurprising that the Irish life sciences industry played a pivotal role in facilitating the response to Covid-19, as well as maintaining other essential health services throughout the dark early days of the crisis
Business Ireland aims to make a real contribution to encouraging economic growth through expert analysis of key business trends and insightful commentary on the issues that directly effect the city's commercial needs
The Gift of Giving special report looks at how the pandemic has had a devastating financial impact on Ireland’s charity sector, compounded by the fact that the current crisis has meant their services are more in demand than ever. Charities have had to think quickly now that face-to-face fundraising is no longer a runner, and are now at the start of the most important fundraising season of the year - the run up to Christmas.
This special report looks at how one of the few genuinely bright spots in an otherwise quite bleak economic picture during the Covid-19 pandemic has been the strong performance of the US foreign direct investment (FDI) community in Ireland. In many cases, US companies in Ireland continued to make an important contribution, both to society and the economy, despite challenging economic conditions.
Supply Chain Management report looks at how the pandemic has impacted on supply chains, and how some companies are now looking to insulate themselves in the event of further shocks.
This special report looks at the surprising impact of Covid-19 on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in companies, in particular with a focus on mental health issues, disabilities, gender and the importance of strong, inclusive leadership
Pensions Focus looks at how given current market volatility, it is important to have portfolio diversification. It asks whether equities are the best way to get a good return on savings given the ups and downs of the stock market. It also looks at the prevailing wisdom that an ethically-themed portfolio helps avoid negative risks while finding positive opportunities, and at why parents should look after their retirement before they look after their children.
The Future of Sustainability special report looks at how the eventual recovery from the economic devastation wrought by the pandemic will be built on a foundation of sustainability, with many businesses having already adopted the mantra of “build back better”
The Cybersecurity Focus special report looks at how the shift to remote working creates difficulties, and how security breaches with cyber attacks are on the rise during the pandemic. What impact is this having? And what do companies need to do to combat this?
Innovation in Dentistry special report looks at advances in the fields of orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry and the state-of-the-art treatments currently available and it asks why more adults are now having braces fitted.
Forced to shift to an online format by Covid-19, Enterprise Ireland’s International Markets Week got a huge response from companies this year and the over-arching theme was about how Irish business can adapt and survive in a volatile economic climate.
Electric Vehicles Focus explores whether we are likely to meet the target of 1 million EVs on the road by 2030 under the Climate Action Plan? What are the challenges to meeting targets and how is growing car connectivity allowing us to closely integrate our digital lives with our driving lives.
Staycations gives readers a snapshot of the range of different types of short breaks and extended holidays available in Ireland
R&D Ireland looks at how many medtech and pharma companies have diverted their research and development efforts and funding into research for a vaccine or treatment for Covid-19. It also looks at how state aid is vital for companies on the virus frontline.
Ireland-US Business special report in association with American Chamber of Commerce Ireland looks at how Irish business has been dealt a hammer blow by the pandemic, but its ability to quickly adapt to remote working, remain highly productive and deliver for customers during these challenging times has further strengthened Ireland’s reputation in the US.
Pride 2020, a celebration of diversity and inclusion brought to you by The Irish Times Content Studio & Irish Examiner, looks at how the event will go ahead this year despite the pandemic. We ask how far have we come in terms of diversity and inclusion for the LGBTQ+ community in the workplace, and society at large, and we look at what is happening around the world for Global Pride.
New Future of Work looks at how transformed working practices have been thrust upon many companies during the pandemic and how increased productivity may see even conservative workplaces embrace remote working where possible, but there are challenges.
The Future of Food special report looks at how the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has created for a usually robust industry are unprecedented
Footprint 2020 asks where we are now in terms of climate change targets and looks at how the energy landscape is set to transform in the coming years. It asks when Covid-19 is over, if we will all embrace more sustainable lifestyles? It also profiles the top Irish climate change influencers and the Irish companies that are putting sustainability at the top of their agenda
In what has been an extraordinary year for investors, Managing Personal Wealth special report looks at how given the extreme volatility in the markets, a long-term view and diversified portfolio is vital for long-term gain. It also looks at how the big winners this year have been the IT and consumer discretionary stocks and at how climate change is reshaping finance
The Future of Farming special report looks at how Brexit uncertainty is pushing farmers to search for new markets. The report also looks at farm safety and at how Bord Bia’s Origin Green programme is currently working with more than 53,000 Irish farmers.
The Future of Fertility looks at how a quarter of Irish couples struggle to conceive and some of the options available to couples. It explores how infertility is a significant global issue and how managing stress is vital when going through IVF
The Future of Retail looks at how the pandemic has changed the way consumers want to shop and has left retailers in a race against time to fully digitise their businesses, but will the physical bricks-and-mortar store still have a place in the shopping experience of the future?
When the kids go back to school the grown-ups come out to play
Locals may soon discover why 10 million overseas tourists chose Ireland last year
‘People will find they have forgotten just how lovely Ireland is for a holiday’
From bed linen to pottery to perfume, small Irish companies value the quality of their products above all else
Cold comfort: pampering breaks sure to warm you up. Whether you want to wind down or work up a sweat, winter’s a good time to focus on wellness.
Innovation in Insurance special report looks at how insurance companies are having to move with the times and tailor their offerings to meet changing consumer demand, and asks if Ireland is lagging behind when it comes to innovation in this sector
Best Workplaces 2020 reveals the top small, medium and large workplaces in Ireland and why pride is on the rise among Great Workplaces globally. It looks at how to recruit and retain Generation Z staff and which companies are creating a positive and supportive environment for female employees.
Mergers and Acquisitions special report looks at the deals that have hit the headlines, how 2020 looks set to fare on the M&A front, top performers in the M&A sector and how climate change is having an impact on activity
From cutting-edge technology to agile work practices, Irish law firms are adopting an innovation agenda to service clients and attract and retain the brightest graduates
Although the Irish Funds Industry is only 30 years old, it now has total assets under administration of €4.9 trillion. But what are the challenges facing the industry and what are the domestic and global trends?
Aviation & Finance is a special report about the aviation sector in Ireland and, in particular, the thriving aviation finance and leasing sector. The report explores the reasons for Ireland’s success in this sector as well as emerging competitive threats, the top trends in the industry and why more women are needed in the sector. Also how technology is set to transform aircraft trading and leasing.
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