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By Chamber Press Office, 27 April 2023

Osborne Recruitment are delighted to present the next instalment of theOsborne Talent Series Webinar for 2023 in association with one of Ireland’s best known Economists Jim Power. Jim will be giving an insightful and detailed discussion centred on:

  • Update on the Global Economic Outlook 
  • Implications of the global economy on FDI & investment rates 
  • Health check on the Irish Economy today 
  • The outlook for the Irish Economy and the implications for business planning over the: 
    • Short term – next 12 months 
    • Medium term – next 5 years 
  • Challenges & Opportunities for businesses 
  • Focus on the labour market and factors currently impacting it 
  • Analysis of the current housing market and the implications for business growth 


Complimentary Webinar
Date: Wednesday 10th May 2023
Time: 9.30am - 11am
Location: Zoom Webinar
Hosted By: Shona McManus, CEO & Owner of Osborne
Presenters: Jim Power, Ireland’s leading and best-known economic analysts

This webinar is COMPLIMENTARY, but registration is essential. Register here

 

Who should attend: Business Leaders, Senior Managers, Business owners and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation.

Presenters: 

Jim Power, BA, M.ECON.SC 
Jim Power is one of Ireland’s leading and best-known economic analysts. Jim has a wealth of experience in delivering insightful economic analysis, forecasts and commentary to both Irish and international audiences. Jim has worked as an economist in the private sector for over 35 years and is owner manager of Jim Power Economics, an economic and financial consultancy, which he set up in 2009. He was previously Treasury Economist at AIB (1987-1991), Chief Economist at Bank of Ireland Group (1992-2000) and Chief Economist Friends First Group (2000 to 2018). He is a board director of Love Irish Food. He is a member of the Institute of Directors in Ireland. He successfully completed the Institute of Directors Diploma examinations in Company Direction in 2022 and is now busily looking for board positions!!!!.  He writes regularly for national newspapers and is a regular contributor to radio and TV debates and discussions, and podcasts such as The Stand and Win Happy. In February 2021, Jim and Chris Johns launched their own Podcast ‘The Other Hand’, which is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other podcasts hosts.
He lives in Dublin and is a native of Waterford. He comes from a farming background.

Shóna McManus, MBA Owner & CEO, Osborne 
Qualified to MBA, Shóna McManus is a highly accomplished, respected and recognised global recruitment business leader who has been listed for the Staffing Industry Analysts Global Top 100 Women in Recruitment and the Top 100 Staffing Professionals in Europe for the last six consecutive years. Since taking the reins of Osborne in April 2013, Shóna’s innovative, authentic and purposeful leadership has resulted in the growth and transformation of Osborne into the multi-award-winning international recruitment firm we know today. Under her guidance, the organisation has increased its footprint, turnover, profits and headcount tenfold over the past nine years, adding numerous awards to its repertoire whilst leading the organisation to successfully help thousands of job seekers and employers in the recruitment process to ‘find the right person, for the right job, no compromise’. Shóna was previously Vice-President of the ERF, President of Drogheda & District Chamber and currently serves on a number of Boards as Board Director such as Drogheda Port and is involved in Regional, National and Government committees and strategic work groups and projects, for example, Shóna is a Co-Chair for The Mill Enterprise Centre in Drogheda. 

To Register for this event*

Don’t miss out, click on the link below to register for this COMPLIMENTARY webinar today via the link here.

* Upon registration, participant details will be issued to both Osborne and Jim Power
 

 

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