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Iso50001 Ireland

  • Measuring & Metering
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Energy
  • Services
  • Framework

Who Are The Keynote Speakers For ISO50001

Conor Molloy

AEMS

Event Chairman

 

Clive Derham

Garda Siochana

Facility Manager

 

 

Karen Coyle

Energy & Environmental

Manager - AIB

Pat Mehigan

Energy & Utilities

Manager - UCC

Andrés Fellenberg

Director & Senior Lead

Auditor - GreenPartner

Ian Boylan

Ass. Director for Europe

Ass. of Energy Engineer

Noel Gavigan

Executive Officer

IrBEA

Stephen Collier

Maint. & Services Manager

Dublin Port Company

Jason Doherty

Programme Executive

SEAI

Ian Clarke

Energy Manager

Dublin Airport Authority

Caroline Geoghegan

ISO Consultant

CG Business Consulting

 

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“Openly discuss the challenges & benefits of implementing the ISO50001 international standard”

Ronan McGlade
Event Director

About Us

Organised by BoxMedia who are an Irish company based in the Midlands who provide communication platforms.

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Our Staff

Join our Team of communications experts, who will work with you during the event to ensure your visit is as productive as possible.

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Our Services

Be sure to take advantage of all networking opportunities and ask about our Workshops, Hive Meetings & 1 on 1 Sessions.

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Get In Touch

BoxMedia (A PB Media Co)
616 Edenderry Bus. Campus Co.Offaly
Tel: + 353 46 9773434

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Testimonials

“This event provides a great forum for sharing experiences between companies deeply engaged in driving sustainable practices across eir business. It also provides some great opportunities for networking and encouraging future collaboration around common issues.”

-Padraig Brennan - Bord Bia

“The future in food conference provided me with useful ideas and even potential solution providers in the area of sustainable business grow . I’m glad I was able to attend and would recommend it to any food business with hopes of exporting eir brand efficiently.”

-JP Houlihane - Murphy’s Ice Cream

Congratulations on an excellent event. The overall organisation of the event was excellent and I also found all of the presentations very informative. It was a great chance to networks and to benchmark our energy management programme versus our peers.

-Peter Moran - Site Services, Abbvie Ireland

“I met two people at the event that we can address some issues with and we are currently dealing with , one minor but one quite significant. The second one mentioned have already visited the site and we are scoping out a project at the moment.”

-Jim Leahy - Site Engineering Services & EHSE&S Manager, Abbvie (Ballytivnan)

“I felt it was a very good event with lots of technical and practical advice for those embarking on or in the process of ISO27001 certification. I wish I had attended a similar event before we started our project as it would have saved me lots of time.”

-Stephen McCormack - Maxol Limited

“ISO27001 Ireland 2016 was a very worth while event with engaging speakers and topics.
It gave insight, perspective and shared challenges. It is well worth taking time out of the office to attend. Often such conferences can have a slump in the afternoon. This one did not.
BTW: Another plus. The presentations were available ultra-quick as everyone marches on to the next thing’ Looking forward to the next one..”


-Michael Whelan - BT Ireland

businessman

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