CEO Forum 2017
Competitiveness - The Irish Advantage
The CEO Forum, jointly hosted with Enterprise Ireland, is now regarded as one of Ireland's principal business conferences, attracting key audiences of up to 400 senior Irish business people and providing a forum for over 29 years for collaborative thinking, knowledge sharing and debate with political and business leaders.
The CEO Forum is an invite only networking event exclusively for Chief Executives in Ireland. This year’s event was held on Thursday, 23 November 2017 in the The Print Works, Dublin Castle.
Given the complexity of our geopolitical landscape, this year, it was vital for CEOs to come together to share and discuss competitive advantage, global positioning and the many opportunities that lie within industries.
We had an extensive line up of experienced speakers focusing on the opportunities for Irish business and how they can be capitalised on including Irish Entrepreneur, Denis O'Brien and Stephane Garelli, Professor of World Competitiveness and former Managing Director of the World Economic Forum.
CEO Forum Moderator
Gina is an Emmy - Winning veteran CNN correspondent, anchor and author. She is an internationally acclaimed thought leader in strategic communications.
Gina has managed multi-million dollar campaigns all over the world in such far-flung places as Cambodia, Egypt, the UAE, Italy and Macedonia deploying her global expertise in public involvement, employee engagement, crisis communications, presentation and media training.
She is a published author and has also been featured as a writer or been featured in a variety of media outlets including (Ireland): Business and Finance Magazine, The Irish Examiner, RTE 1FM’s “The Ryan Tubridy Show”, “The Week in Politics”, “The Today Show;” (Italy): Le Notizie; (Nigeria): The Nation, Your View, TVC, Channels TV; (Romania): In Business Today; (Egypt): The Rose;(UK); HR Magazine, BBC; (US): CNN, Fox News, The Orlando Sentinel, The Denver Post, Travel Girl magazine and Fast Company.
Although she was born in the USA, Gina is happy to now call Ireland home.