Views – The Future of Travel (with my Fantastic Female Friday) special guest Mary McKenna

Views – The Future of Travel (with my Fantastic Female Friday) special guest Mary McKenna

🕔16:10, 6.Oct 2020

  The Future of Travel – In conversation with special guest Mary McKenna for our VectorVest Fantastic Female Friday. I had the pleasure of inviting the fabulous Mary McKenna from Tour America and Cruise Holidays to my latest episode of

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Understanding Fiscal Policy –  Positive Economics Webinar

Understanding Fiscal Policy – Positive Economics Webinar

🕔23:08, 29.Sep 2020

  During this session, we discussed how the government taxes and spends as well as some useful research relating to this year’s Leaving Cert Economics project. For the first time ever, Irish economics students in secondary school are being tasked

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Doing Business in Hungary

Doing Business in Hungary

🕔17:51, 23.Jul 2020

By Susan HayesCulleton On Wednesday 15th July, I was invited to facilitate an Irish International Business Network and Irish Hungarian Business Circle discussion about doing business with the Central European country of Hungary. The panellists were Ambassador Ronan Gargan, Irish

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Top 8 Takeaways from  “Cracking the Competitiveness Code – Long term Survival through Automation”

Top 8 Takeaways from “Cracking the Competitiveness Code – Long term Survival through Automation”

🕔22:27, 17.Jul 2020

On Thursday 16th July 2020, Emmet Ryan, Technology Editor at the Sunday Business Post interviewed Susan HayesCulleton, “The Positive Economist” and Niall Fitzmaurice from Microsoft about competitiveness in the new times that we live in. Emmet described the conversation as

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14 takeaways from “Business Survival Beyond Lockdown”, IIBN Virtual Event

14 takeaways from “Business Survival Beyond Lockdown”, IIBN Virtual Event

🕔13:06, 18.May 2020

Written by Susan HayesCulleton During the latest IIBN webinar, the panel focused on what life will be like after lockdown and spanned the usage of buildings, business relationships, technology, and lots more. Tadgh Enright, Melissa Moyle, Paul Grainger and Brendan

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Lessons of Leadership during COVID19

Lessons of Leadership during COVID19

🕔14:08, 3.Apr 2020

At difficult times, we need good leaders. Many, many people need help in so many ways right now – they also need reassurance and realism. A month ago, I was MC for IOD Northern Ireland “Leading the Way” conference in

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Positive Economics Webinar –  COVID 19, the Gender Pay Gap and Primary Research

Positive Economics Webinar – COVID 19, the Gender Pay Gap and Primary Research

🕔21:42, 25.Mar 2020

One of the key reasons that we decided to run the Positive Economics webinar series (with exports, housing and Brexit so far) is that it’s such a dynamic subject, it can be difficult for students and teachers to keep up with

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Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

🕔13:54, 19.Mar 2020

As we try to make sense of this new world that we’ve all been jolted into, people are struggling in this health, economic and social crisis – I couldn’t speak to you all but I wanted to share five things

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Positive Economist FaceBook Live –  A Spotlight on Exports

Positive Economist FaceBook Live – A Spotlight on Exports

🕔16:48, 27.Feb 2020

There is a lot of talk these days about exports. For example, you might hear people say that “Ireland is a very open economy” or “the UK is Ireland’s biggest trading partner and that gives rise to a lot of

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Positive Economist FaceBook Live –  A Spotlight on Housing

Positive Economist FaceBook Live – A Spotlight on Housing

🕔23:32, 21.Jan 2020

During our Facebook Live video today, I took our viewers on a whistle-stop tour of the Irish housing market. In 2020, the government expects to spend €2.56 billion on housing and this is more than double the amount spent during

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