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The $3.5 Million Pinewood-Backed Startup Used For Star Wars And Wonder Woman Films

The $3.5 Million Pinewood-Backed Startup Used For Star Wars And Wonder Woman Films

Dressed in iconic red, blue and gold, Wonder Woman stares out from one of the posters that line the walls of We Got Pop’s London office. But it’s the startup’s founder who’s the real hero for tens of thousands of people who work in film. “What everyone expects is what they see on screen—cutting-edge technology,” says Kate McLaughlin, who spent nearly two decades working for...

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Experiencing the power of connection in Hong Kong

Experiencing the power of connection in Hong Kong

Connecting Irish entrepreneurs around the world is the core of IIBN’s mission. IIBN members know that, wherever they are in the world, they can tap the network to share in the deep knowledge and experience of its members. The camaraderie, the support and the wealth of insights are what makes IIBN such an incredibly valuable ally. Connection, context and knowledge: Susan HayesCulleton, board member of...

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Members Spotlight: Jasper Walshe

Members Spotlight: Jasper Walshe

Give us a brief description of yourself?  I run a business that partners agile organisations in developing leaders fit for purpose in today (and tomorrow’s) fast changing world of business. We have a specific focus on helping existing leaders better connect with and empower their highly skilled and qualified client-facing millennial talent. Our approach enables our client companies to attract, grow and retain the best...

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Members Spotlight: Catherine Thomson

Members Spotlight: Catherine Thomson

Catherine Thomson, The Houston Exchange Based in Edinburgh, The Houston Exchange is a small consulting company which helps leaders to get to the heart of the issues in their organisation including the ones that nobody wants to talk about. We design and deliver customised development and coaching programmes that support leaders to get the best of their staff and perform at their highest level, build...

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IIBN-NY FLB “In Conversation with Margaret Molloy of WearingIrish”

IIBN-NY FLB “In Conversation with Margaret Molloy of WearingIrish”

  Here is a recent interview from IIBN New York FLB Board Members in ‘IIBN in Conversation’ with Margaret Molloy. Founding the #WearingIrish initiative has helped her empathize with clients trying to build a brand, being a Mum lets her understand how pre-teens consume media… which all leads to her being an even better marketer. Eva Murphy Ryan, Co-Chair of IIBN-NY FLB interviews Margaret Molloy,...

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“Guest Blogging – How to make sure it delivers for you” By Barbara Moynihan

“Guest Blogging – How to make sure it delivers for you” By Barbara Moynihan

Barbara Moynihan, On Your Feet. IIBN Dublin Member.   This is the second part of the recent blog by Suzanne May. Suzanne is the owner of Story Gem, a professional writing service, which helps small business make a bigger impact using the power of the written word. In our last post we discussed some of the pros and cons of accepting guest blogson your business website. We...

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Connectivity, Inclusion and the Fourth Industrial Revolution with Ronan Dunne

Connectivity, Inclusion and the Fourth Industrial Revolution with Ronan Dunne

Article by Maura Kelly, IIBN New York. At a recent Irish International Business Network (IIBN) event in New York, Ronan Dunne, EVP and Group President of Verizon Wireless explained how next generation wireless will impact the Fourth Industrial Revolution #4IR. Connectivity and inclusion were pervasive themes in his talk with a certain onus placed upon business and technology leaders to work together to ensure that the #4IR provides opportunity for...

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Arabella Bishop is Shaping the Irish Art Scene

Arabella Bishop is Shaping the Irish Art Scene

As Arabella Bishop steps into her Molesworth St office, she is preceded by the lolloping and affable office pet, Zorro. A concerned face pops from behind a corner and asks: “How do you feel about dogs?” Bishop, although her friends call her Bella, is witty, clever and courteous. She also possesses a rare informality a million miles away from the stuffy stereotypes of Ireland’s art...

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Members Spotlight: Kelly Curran, Legal Retriever

Members Spotlight: Kelly Curran, Legal Retriever

Kelly Curran, Legal Retriever. Give us a brief description of yourself? (company, Profession, etc) I am a US trial lawyer and Chicago native who began my career in government representing Environmental Protection Agencies against corporate polluters and had the exciting experience of campaigning for Barack Obama in the infancy of his political career.  In addition to litigating over a dozen trials and appeals in US...

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