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Most Influential Women

August 5th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet
Picture shows l-r, Ramona Nicholas, CEO & Co-Founder, Cara Pharmacy Group and Aisling Keegan, GM, Private and Large Commercial Business, Dell, UK at the Leadership Summit and Awards dinner for Ireland's Most Powerful Women: Top 25 Awards, organised by the Women's Executive Network (WXN) and attended by 600 people in the Four Seasons on June 19th, 2014.

Picture shows l-r, Ramona Nicholas, CEO & Co-Founder, Cara Pharmacy Group and Aisling Keegan, GM, Private and Large Commercial Business, Dell, UK at the Leadership Summit and Awards dinner for Ireland’s Most Powerful Women: Top 25 Awards, organised by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) and attended by 600 people in the Four Seasons on June 19th, 2014.

 I was privileged to work during a period when it was only necessary to compete against half of the population. Warren Buffet.

Sandberg 2013

As Sheryl Sandberg quotes Warren Buffet in her newly released book Lean In, the issue at hand is one that is widespread and globally local to every one of us. Gender Inequality still permeates our Global Business Society, where according to findings from Sheryl’s book, “only twenty-one of the Fortune 500 CEOs are women. As well as, women hold about fourteen percent of executive officer positions, seventeen percent of board seats, and constitute eighteen percent of our elected congressional officials.” These results show that when it comes to making the decisions, that most affect our world, women’s voices are not equally heard.

However, we do see continuous improvements being made in regards to this issue, where in Ireland more and more females attain positions within Government space, as well as numbers of female Business Leaders continue to rise.

With this in mind, we feel honored to have been able to have taken part in Women’s Executive Network (WXN) Leadership Summit and Awards Gala 2014 and photographed some of the most powerful and inspirational Irish Women at this present day.

Picture shows l-r, Cathriona Hallahan, Managing Director, Microsoft Ireland; Josephine Feehily, Chairman, Office of the Revenue Commissioners; Brid Horan, Deputy Chief Executive, ESB and Ramona Nicholas, CEO & Co-Founder, Cara Pharmacy Group at the Leadership Summit and Awards dinner for Ireland’s Most Powerful Women: Top 25 Awards, organised by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) and attended by 600 people in the Four Seasons on June 19th, 2014.

@MarcPColeman @IRLDeptFinance German-irish book lch

May 14th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recovery…..New book praises Ireland’s contribution to European recovery, defends its business model and highlights the remaining debt challenge . Sacrifices made by the Irish people were crucial not only to Ireland’s recovery but to the recovery of the Euro and European economy. Partners in European Recovery was launched in Dublin by Finance Minister Michael Noonan with on left Ralf Lissek, AHK Dublin (German–‐Irish Chamber of Industry and Commerce), Chief Executive Officer and Marc Coleman, Economist, broadcaster,

@simoncoveney @brianhayestd @AirfieldDundrum €4 BILLION RURAL DEV PROG

May 14th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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Minister for Agriculte Simon Coveney along with on left Tom Hayes T.D. – Minister for Horticulture, Forestry, Food Safety and the Greyhound Industry and Brian Hayes TD Minister of State for Public Service Reform and the OPW as they get to grips with Buttercup . The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today announced full financial allocations as well as important new details in relation to the support measures to be included in the new Rural Development Programme (RDP), 2014-2020.

Samesea Exhibition by Conor O Mearain

April 16th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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An Exhibition of Cuban work by photographer Conor O Mearain.

Showing until 30th June, 2014 at Noshington Cafe, 186 South Circular Road, Dublin 8.

@kidcon @Noshington_Cafe

@rte @maxwellpix

April 15th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

Junior Doctors Protest in Dublin

 news Anchor Bryan Dobson comes face to face with fellow braces wearer Luke Lally (8) from Offally who turned the tables on the celebrated newsreader by asking him the questions such as ‘I Notice that you wear trouser braces,can you tell me why?’ while Miriam O’Callaghan looks on during an event in RTE Studios to mark the 1st Birthday of RTEjr Ireland’s dedicated service for 0-7 year olds .Five children from across the country took the hosts chair on THe Late Late Show set to put questions in front of an audience to five celebrities including Bryan Dobson,Miriam O’Callaghan,Blathnaod Ni Chofaigh,Sinead Kennedy and Dublin footballer Ger Brennan. PIC: Maxwells/Julien Behal@maxwellpix

 

 

@ChildVisionVI @maxwellpix @GoRacing #Arkel Arkel statue

April 15th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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Christof Neuman (left) and Ciaran Patterson apply heat during the process of Patination in the Gaelic Street Bronze Foundry in Dublin to the lifesize statue of legendary racehorse Arkle with his trainer Pat Taaffe .The most loved and celebrated horse in Irish history, Arkle will once more connect with the Irish people in a final gesture to mark the 50th anniversary of his Cheltenham Gold Cup win. Artist, Emma McDermott completed a life size bronze statue of Arkle, with the legendary jockey Pat Taafe astride him .Completed in association with Childvision -the National Education Centre for Blind Children-The full size Arkle will be unveiled and take up permanent residency in the village of Ashbourne on the 19th of April next

Julien Behal photographer @PPAI_IRL @AIBIreland Lands another prize @irelandfishing @AnglingUpdate

April 7th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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@martylyricfm @creditunionie #schoolsquiz2014 @TheRDS

April 7th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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6 / 4 / 2014 …..All Ireland Credit Union Schools Quiz 2014 with hundreds of schoolchildren in the main hall of the RDS Dublin was Marty Whelan Quiz Master with students

@pwcireland launches new report ‘Asset Management 2020

February 10th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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PwC launches new report ‘Asset Management 2020: A brave new world’ revealing Irish Funds industry has potential to grow to €3.5 trillion by 2020.  Launching the report are l-r William Taggart, PwC Global Tax Asset Management Leader; Olwyn Alexander, PwC Ireland Asset Management Partner and Andrew O’Callaghan, PwC Ireland Asset Management Partner and member of report Editorial Board.

@creditunionie #CUArt2013 IN CROKE PARK

February 10th, 2014 Posted by Photography No Comment yet

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9-2-14 Budding Artists showcase their work at the All Ireland Credit Union Art Competition 29th year of annual event sees over 30,000 entries . Aspiring artists from all over Ireland gathered today for the annual Irish League of CAntrim Credit Unionredit Unions (ILCU) All Ireland Art Competition Awards & Exhibition. Braving the wind and rain, friends and family of the winning artists joined Marty Whelan in a special prize giving at Croke Park in Dublin; some travelling from as far away as Kerry and Donegal for the event. Now in its 29th year, the Art Competition continues to be one of the most successful annual events undertaken by the credit union movement. The competition this year attracted a huge 30,000 entries through 300 credit unions nationwide. The competition caters for all ages, with categories ranging from under 7 to 18 years and over. There are two categories, General and Special, with five age groups in each. The Special category invites artists with a physical or intellectual disability to submit entries in free expression, without the restrictions of the competitions official theme if they so wish