MII & TU Dublin – Autumn Series Launch
Join us on June 8th for the launch of our MII & TU Dublin Autumn Series.
We are delighted to have Claire Carroll, Innovation Consultant Working on Digital Rights & Digital Inclusion join us as our Keynote Speaker for the launch of our Autumn Series. Claire will ponder ‘How companies can do good AND do well? The rising role of marketing at the senior exec table’.
Claire will discuss how marketing professionals are trying to navigate the sustainability journey, whilst at the same time remaining commercially focused.
We will be also joined by all Executive Education Programme leaders:
- Strategic Digital Marketing
- Finance for Marketers
- Analytics for Marketers
- Regulation and Governance for Marketers
- Design Thinking for Marketers *New for 2021
This is an opportunity for you to find out about all the MII Educational & Executive Education Programmes , developed, designed and delivered in conjunction with TU Dublin the MII Educational Partner.
David Field, CEO, The Marketing Institute of Ireland, will host the webinar and discuss the new strategic direction of the Institute what the future looks like for Marketing in Ireland.
Dr. Etain Kidney, Head of School of Marketing, TU Dublin Ireland’s first Technological University will discuss the strong partnership between TU Dublin & Marketing Institute of Ireland (MII) to deliver practice-focused education solutions for the marketing community in Ireland.
Innovation Consultant Working on Digital Rights & Digital Inclusion.
Claire Carroll is a natural innovator who has designed every role of her career to date. As a trained marketer who specialised in digital media she brings a strong socio-cultural perspective to her work. She’s focused on the intersection of emerging technology, business and society for almost ten years and has spent the last 5 years as a Director of The Dock, Accenture’s Global Centre for Innovation.
In 2019 Claire worked with Richard Branson’s B Team developing research driven strategies to address the inequalities in the workforce and what the future of leadership and culture should embody to redefine a fairer social contract. Having recently stepped away from the corporate world, Claire is currently working on digital rights and digital inclusion related projects.