The Chartered Accountants Student Society of Ireland (CASSI) are delighted to announce that places are now available to attend our annual conference at 6.00pm on Thursday 3rd of November 2016, in the Chartered Accountants House.
This year’s conference “Making your Mark” will give you the opportunity to hear from Chartered Accountants from practice and industry as well as banking, government agencies, technology and beyond! Our speakers will share their insights and experiences of their ACA journey and give you the opportunity to ask questions and find out exactly where your qualification can take you!
We have an excellent line-up of speakers for the evening, featuring our keynote speaker Niall Harbison founder the Lovin Group. Niall is a communications expert , social entrepreneur and renowned blogger. Niall has had a diverse career path with his career taking him all around the world notably working as a personal chef to founder of Microsoft Paul Allen on his private yacht for two years to becoming Managing Director of iFoods Ltd and Co-CEO of PR Slides. Niall is also the founder of the very successful Simply Zesty and Lovin Dublin. His piece will focus on Business Leadership techniques which will include dealing with clients and personal leadership skills on a day-to-day basis.
Our other speakers include the following:
- Liam Lynch (Chartered Accountants Ireland, President)
- Clodagh Coakley (EY, UKI Assurance Technology Enablement team lead)
- Conor Brew (Lucozade Ribena Suntory, Finance & Operations Director- Ireland)
- Gary French (Elavon Financial Services DAC, Operational Risk Manager)
- Eoin McGettigan (APM Lecturer)
- Olivia McDonald (PwC, Young Chartered Star)
- Dawn Leane (CAI, CA Support)
Post conference drinks will be held in the Lombard pub and continued at the Everleigh nightclub.
Furthermore, there will be two Electric Picnic tickets raffled off on the night for attendees of the conference.
When: Thursday 3 November 2016
Where: Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse St. Dublin 2
Time: 6.00pm-9:30pm – Followed by Drinks in Dublin-based venue, please see below
What to do now:
Please note there are limited places available for this event and we expect them to fill up fast so reserve your space as soon as possible and don’t miss out!