LinkedIn Massacre

I may have done something drastic, I “unfriended” more than 500 people on LinkedIn. In the process I lost that nice little 500+ connections badge you get when you have over 500 connections (cue loud scream & astonished faces – there goes the career down the toilet). Dataclensing Is “unfriending” the correct term to use?

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FUTURE-PROOFING MODERN BUSINESS Thanks to the ARVR Innovate Conference and Marketing Institute of Ireland, I recently had the opportunity to attend the ARVR Innovate conference in Dublin at the RDS (Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality). Having always had a love of technology, I was really looking forward to seeing this new tech and how these

2016 was a very busy year. Ireland brought home two Olympic medals thanks to the efforts of the O’Donovan brothers in Skibbereen. There was the commemorations for the centenary of the 1916 rising, celebrating Ireland’s fight for Independence. An attempted coup In Turkey, Trump voted as the new USA president, Brexit, where the UK voted

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Introduction The Argentinian trip which took place after the first year of the MBA at the University of Limerick allowed for a fantastic opportunity to observe first-hand some of the concepts, strategies and models that we had previously been exposed to during the course of our studies. It was also fascinating to see how the Irish