Trinity Business Forum 2021

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The Trinity Business Forum 2021 brings the entire Trinity community together to address critical issues and future opportunities facing business, as well as at facilitating networking among the business school community.

Biodiversity & Climate Action – Digital & Data Driving Business – Entrepreneurial & Innovative Strategy – Humane Business

The Trinity Business School has convened both university and industry experts to analyse the challenges and possible solutions related to:

  • Climate changes and actions towards carbon neutrality
  • Digital and data driven business
  • Entrepreneurial innovative activities
  • Human rights: humane business

This edition of the Trinity Business Forum will be also the occasion to celebrate the School’s new recent achievement – the triple accreditation, which represents a step further of an incredible journey that started with the foundation of a new building. On this occasion, we will look at the future and next steps with an insight of the new School’s strategy and its main pillars: business education in a digitalized age and flexible learning; actions toward carbon neutrality; making business education an opportunity for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The event will be organised on a hybrid mode with both onsite and online participation, and it will include welcome and opening addresses, panel sessions, a workshop, poster session and a networking reception.

Join the Trinity Business Forum 2021 on Monday 6th December 2021.


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Steven Galvin

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