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Louise Culliney

21st Jul 2020

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IMI retains its position in the Financial Times global rankings

IMI National Management Conference 2020

The pathway back to growth will be one full of tough decisions, but we’ve been here before. After the economic and social shock of the coronavirus pandemic, Irish business leaders will need to continue acting decisively to compete on the national and international stage.

For IMI’s first-ever virtual National Management Conference we’re inviting leaders to carve out time for reflection, a timely refocus, and to take a strategic look at what’s required to succeed in the future.

An exciting line-up of speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.

Date: 24th September 2020
Please email events@imi for more information