The Cork Electronics Industry Association is pleased to present a conference on an important national topic. The conference will offer engineers, industry leaders, policy makers and educators an opportunity to explore the topic of the role of manufacturing in Ireland.
Presentations by distinguished speakers, chaired by an illustrious entrepreneur, is followed by a panel discussion with ample time for questions and answers. A networking hour and lunch will provide additional opportunity to meet the speakers, renew acquaintances and join in stimulating discussions with other participants. Continue reading
Tyco/Sensormatic & ICT Ireland, Wednesday March 20th at 6.30pm
Donal Sullivan, Managing Director, Cork
Tyco has gone through major changes over the pass years and Donal Sullivan the MD in Cork will share with us just how Tyco has ‘re invented’ itself, he will focus on Corporate structures beyond manufacturing and provide an insight into FCPA – (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act)
Graduate of UL, Donal started his career with Apple in Cork as an Engineer, he moved to Dovatron, which was subsequently acquired by Flextronics International. Donal spent the next 12 years managing large customers of Flextronics and in 2004 joined Tyco as Managing Director, he became Tyco Global Compliance Leader, for Anti-bribery/Corruption function, in 2010.
Paul Sweetman, Director, ICT Ireland
ICT Ireland is the leading representative body for the technology sector in Ireland and is affiliated to the Irish Business and Employers Confederation (IBEC) The chairman of the CEIA sits on the ICT Ireland governing council. We are delighted to welcome Paul Sweetman, director of the group to talk with us on how ICT Ireland influences policy, improves markets & supply chains and helps its members grow their businesses.
Paul is Director of IBEC’s technology sectors: ICT Ireland and the Irish Software Association. These groups work on the key competitiveness issues for both the indigenous and multinational technology sectors, ensuring Ireland is a prime location for growth and development of technology companies. Paul’s previous briefs in IBEC have included managing IBEC’s Transport and Public Private Partnership Unit and Environment Policy Executive. Paul has also worked as an engineer in the US and Northern Ireland. Paul holds a bachelors and masters degree in engineering.
The CEIA would like to thank Donal and his team in Tyco for
hosting this event.
After the presentations, there will be a networking opportunity with light refreshments served.
23rd January 2013 – EMC, Ovens,
Our opening Business Briefing of 2013 focused on Tax and provided discussion from two leading companies on the topic: Leyton Consulting and PriceWaterhouseCoopers –areas to be presented: R&D Tax Credits(Leyton) and Personal & Corporate Tax (PwC), our guest Speakers for the evening are: Continue reading
The Cork Electronic Industry Association (CEIA) www.ceia.ie held its 28th AGM on Wednesday 28th November last at Maryborough House Hotel Douglas Cork.
Sean Gayer (Chairman) welcomed the large gathering and a review of the year’s events was presented to the members in attendance.
Michael Falcon, Snr. Vice President of Worldwide Operations & Support
Joan O’Sullivan, Snr. Mgr. of EMEA Operations Planning & Customer Service
are the Guest Speakers for the October Business briefing in the Maryborough Hotel
Tuesday Oct. 16th at 6.30pm
Cork Electronics Industry Association 9th Annual
Schools Robot Competition
Details provided below. Continue reading
Mr Sean Sherlock, T.D.
Minister of State, Department of Enterprise, Jobs & Innovation and Department of Education & Skills with responsibility for Research & Innovation
has graciously accepted an invitation from the CEIA to attend our September Business Briefing. Continue reading
CEIA’s Annual Golf Event, Fota Island Golf Club
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CEIA Members are cordially invited to attend our June 2012 business briefing taking place at
Maryborough Hotel & Spa, Douglas in the Newenham Suite; 6:30pm June 21st with Guest Speaker
Denis Dempsey, Senior Manager, Intel Corporation Ireland
Irish Maritime & Energy Resource Cluster
National Maritime College of Ireland
Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, Thursday, May 31st, 6.30pm
Ireland currently faces economic difficulties of a depth and scale unknown since the foundation of the State. Our economic crisis presents us with an opportunity to derive greater efficiencies from investment in national infrastructure and to innovate to achieve optimum benefits from Ireland’s vast marine resource. Continue reading