Several events for the spring of 2021 are in the final stages of planning and will be published here during April, if you have a suggestion for an event please mail contact@irishchamber.se

Upcoming events

    • 2021-05-19
    • 11:30 - 12:00 (UTC+02:00)
    • Online
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    Sustainable innovation in an African context - Tom Walsh, Ceo Renetech

    With a global perspective, it is Renetech's mission to be a developer of sustainable and environmentally adapted renewable energy projects; electricity, vehicle fuel, heat and biogas produced through solutions involving renewable sources, including waste and biomass management, hydropower, solar and geothermal energy conversion.

    Tom Walsh who is currently Chief Executive Officer at Renetech AB has been working in the renewable energy sector for over 15 years and being involved in over 25 projects in the areas of bioenergy, waste to biofuel, hydro and solar, across the entire project cycle. Mr. Walsh has been involved as a consultant to develop bioenergy/ hydro/solar projects from a pre-feasibility phase to implementation in Ireland, Sweden, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Botswana, Ghana, South Africa, Senegal, Cote D’Ivoire, among others.

    This talk is open to non-members, members and their guests. Guests may be added during member registration or by mailing contact@irishchamber.se after member registration (include name, email, phone number for guest registrations).


    • 2021-06-10
    • 17:00 - 18:00 (UTC+02:00)
    • online
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    "Leveraging the Irish network" - Kingsley Aikin

    Kingsley Aikin, CEO Networking Institute, has spoken and presented at many events around the world, was an outstanding MC for the Pendulum Summit in Dublin and gave a highly acclaimed TEDx talk in Vilnius. In the past year he has run webinars for Bank of Ireland, HSBC, Davy, KPMG, AIB, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, UCC, AirBnB, Investec, Avolon and many other companies and organisations. He has developed a reputation for delivering thoughtful, humorous and inspiring presentations that have been extremely well received. He has has spent much of the last year running webinars for companies on the importance of Networking. In 2020 he ran over 80 webinars in 11 countries on the topic. In particular, he focuses on ‘How to network when you can’t network’!

    He has lived and worked in 6 countries. For 21 years he was CEO of The Ireland Funds, mostly based in the US, a network of Irish Diaspora organisations around the world active now in 39 cities in 13 countries. During his time with The Ireland Funds over a quarter of a billion dollars was raised for projects in Ireland. He has now worked with over 30 countries helping them to develop their own Diaspora strategies. He has written and spoken extensively on the topic internationally. Prior to heading up The Ireland Funds he worked for Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland and was based in Sydney. He is an Economics and Politics graduate of Trinity College Dublin with a postgraduate qualification in Export Marketing. He represented Trinity College, Irish Universities, Vichy (France) and Leinster at rugby. In 2008 he was awarded a CBE for his work on British Irish relations.

    The event is open to all Members and affiliates. There is no limitation on the number of guests but they must be registered in order to gain entry. The event will be recorded and made available to members afterwards.

    Have a look at some of Kingsley's earlier presentations online:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPTB7ZFwcmg

    • 2021-09-28
    • 11:30 - 12:30 (UTC+02:00)
    • Online
    Register

    Vanessa Butani - Head of Sustainability for Europe at Electrolux

    Tuesday 28th September 2021, 11:30-12:30

    Tackling climate change by reducing greenhouse gases is one of the greatest, most urgent challenges facing society. At the same time, demand for water is set to increase by as much as 40% by 2030, meaning that a billion more people will live in places where water can no longer be taken for granted.

    Efficient appliances can help with these issues, by saving energy and water throughout their lifespan. Product energy use is responsible for over 80% of our climate impact, so product energy efficiency is where Electrolux can make the greatest contribution to tackling climate change.

    A graduate from the Ivey Business School at Western University, Strategy consultant with Accenture, Head of Planning & Development at Plan International, and most recently Director of Sustainable Business at Scandic Hotels, Vanessa now heads up one of the world’s most successful white goods manufacturer’s work in sustainability in Europe.

    This talk is held online, meeting details will be sent on in a separate email upon successfull registration. Members can register up to 5 guests, either by giving details during member registration, or by emailing contact@irishchamber.se afterwards.

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