Hosted in the landmark Mick Lally Theatre in Galway’s city centre, we gathered leaders from the region’s sporting, cultural, business and technology communities for a new initiative called Harvest. Harvest was an inaugural event about people, innovation and growing world class organisations from the West of Ireland. It is the first event of its kind in the city; designed as a forum for innovative, creative organisations with international ambitions and reputations.
Sponsored by AIB and supported by The Sunday Business Post, the event featured speakers from Galway International Arts Festival, Connacht Rugby, indigenous technology enterprises such as OnePageCRM and multinationals based in the city including Ipswitch.
You can view more photos from the event here and read more about Harvest below.
Mic Fitzgerald, Founder & CEO of OnePageCRM delivers his keynote presentation.
The first panel discussion, “Building High Performing Teams and Organisations”, moderated by Breda Fox (Head of Enterprise at LEO Galway). Panellists from left to right: Eimear O’Connor (Head of HR Hillwalk Tours), Karl Flannery (Founder & CEO Storm Technology), Eoghan Masterson (Connacht Rugby), Denis McGrath (Finance & Operations at Mathworks).
The second panel, “Building Global Brands and Products”, moderated Shirley Donoghue (Head of Business Banking Galway) with the closing statement from Frank Greene (Chairman Galway Technology Centre). John McArdle (EMEA Channel Director Ipswitch), Norma Carty (CTO Perfect Card), John Crumlish (CEO Galway International Arts Festival), Paul Killoran (Founder & CEO Ex Ordo).
Reception at the Mick Lally Theatre.
John Crumlish (CEO Galway International Arts Festival) , Evin Cusack (Head of AIB Galway), Shirley Donoghue (Head of Business Banking Galway), Mic Fitzgerald (Founder & CEO OnePageCRM), Paul Killoran (Founder & CEO Ex Ordo), Eoghan Masterson (Connacht Rugby) Kenny Deery (AIB), Norma Carty (CTO Perfect Card), Karl Flannery (Founder & CEO Storm Technology), Eimear O’Connor (Head of HR Hillwalk Tours), Niamh Costello (General Manager Galway Technology Centre) Breda Fox (Head of Enterprise at LEO Galway), Frank Greene (Chairman Galway Technology Centre).
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