SFA Annual Conference - Time to transform

For the first time SFA are delighted to offer their flagship event to our members FREE of charge.  This year our SFA Annual Conference, Time to transform will take place on the 24 May in the O’Brien Centre for Science in UCD.  The topics that will be discussed on the day are:



On the eve of the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), delegates will hear from Ireland’s Assistant Data Protection Commissioner, John Keyes. Experts will assess the possibilities and pitfalls and identify the areas where ongoing vigilance will be crucial.


Digital Transformation

Technology and social media have already transformed how we work, communicate and do business. Digital futurist Colin Chapman will give us a glimpse into the future of tech and our stellar line-up of speakers will debate the future of work and how digital is changing our relationships with our customers.



Ireland will be put under the spotlight as we discuss how to transform the business environment for the benefit of all small businesses. Competitiveness will be at the heart of this session, with a speech from Peter Clinch, Chair of the National Competitiveness Council. We will also hear directly from businesses about the challenges they have overcome.


Make sure to book your place NOW!

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