Ronan Dunne Speaks to Irish International Business Network (Video)

Ronan Dunne, back row third from left, with IIBN-NY Future Leaders Board. (Photo: Courtesy Irish International Business Network)

By Mary Gallagher, Editorial Assistant
June / July 2018

Verizon Wireless’s executive vice president Ronan Dunne, a member of Irish America’s 2017 Business 100, delivered keynote remarks at a recent event sponsored by Grant Thornton for the Irish International Business Network in April.

Left: Ronan Dunne with Maura Kelly, Purple Mountain Media.
Right: (Left to right) Brett Zych, Euro Equity Sales, Jeffries; Hugh Murray, Deloitte; and Eva Murphy Ryan, Enterprise Ireland. (Photos: Courtesy Irish International Business Network)

Asserting that the globe is set on the course of wireless connectivity that will irrevocably alter human interaction, Dunne, who was born in Ireland, remarked, “It’s really, really important the role that governing Irish bodies play in making sure that the diaspora will remain connected with each other, but also connected with Ireland.” He went on to praise the I.I.B.N. for its accomplishments, complimenting the organization’s “strong credibility among both the business community and among a younger generation of Irish diaspora, which is a really, really powerful thing.” ♦

Watch Dunne’s keynote and talkback with Maura Kelly below:

 

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