Newsletter September 2020
We hope the rentrée is going well for you all!
As eager as we are to get back to our physical events, the safety of our members and guests is of utmost priority. The current, very necessary, health and safety protocols make effective and enjoyable physical networking somewhat difficult however we are determined to fill our autumn agenda with a variey of relevant, valuable and interactive events which you, our members, will find interesting and beneficial. We are delighted and honoured to begin the season with an exclusive online interview with Minister Simon Coveney. See below for all details and please make sure to send in any questions you would like put to the Minister on October 5th.
We continue to work on developing our website and would encourage you all to check out a new section in your Member Portal : Member to Member Offers. This new section will be developed over the coming weeks as we reach out to all business and pioneer members that would like to offer advantages to fellow NetworkIrlande members. Huge thanks to business members Bold Executives, Denjean & Associés and French Payroll Expert for helping kick-off this project with their great offers.
We look forward to connecting with you all on October 5th!
Your NetworkIrlande Team
France & Ireland:
Together in a world turned upside-down
Terrific insights from Michael O'Sullivan on France and Ireland in the evolving global context and how both countries can learn from each other and benefit from future collaboration. Listen back to the webinar here.
WEBINAR WITH MINISTER SIMON COVENEY
October 5th, 2020, 6pm CET
NetworkIrlande are delighted to announce that Minister Simon Coveney will be the guest speaker for our next webinar on October 5th, 2020 @ 6pm CET, in the presence of H.E. Ambassador Patricia O'Brien and NetworkIrlande President, Richard Dujardin.
This is an exclusive opportunity for NetworkIrlande members to put their questions to Minister Coveney and to get his insights on the subjects that matter to the Franco-Irish business community today. To optimise our time with the Minister we will compile your questions in advance and they will be presented by NetworkIrlande president Richard Dujardin, live on October 5th. We therefore ask you to please address any questions you would like to put to the Minister to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and at latest before Friday, October 2nd.
We look forward to joining with all our members on October 5th for what will undoubtedly be a very compelling webinar.
Mark your agendas now, registration details to follow shortly.
THE FRENCH JOB MARKET AND HOW TO BREAK INTO IT
September 24th, 2020, 12pm CET
An event organised by the Embassy of Ireland in France for their Young Professionals Network
Registration is now open here
RETURNING TO IRELAND : YOUR ROADMAP
October 8th, 2020, 7pm CET
An event organised by the Irish In France Association in collaboration with Crosscare Migrant Program
Further details and registration here.
Welcome To Our New Members
Take Monday is a brand of smart travel bags and pouches founded by Claire Delap. Take Monday's mission is to end time wasted packing and weight wasted in luggage. Designed in Paris using 100% vegan materials, Japanese water-tight zips, Italian canvas and buttery, biodegradable TPU. Launched in January 2020, the bags are sold both online at www.takemonday.com and through major retailers including Le Bon Marché. 5% of all profits go directly to Hands Up, a foundation for those left behind in war torn countries.
FRANCE ECONOMIC NEWS ROUND-UP
The latest French economic news round-up compiled by the Embassy of Ireland in France can be found here.
Find details of the French €100 bn covid recovery plan here.
Latest Member News
Watch Jerôme Rieux, CEO of Groupe Adéquat, discuss their engagement in the Tony Parker Adéquat Academy giving young people opportunities to study and build their life-project with the promise of a job at the completion of their education.
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