Business Lunch 2017

The Annual Business Lunch 2017 - Took place on Friday the 10th of November in the  Westbury Hotel.

We would like to thank our guest speakers Tom Lyons and Jim Gavin. And also our sponsors:

BDO, CAIRN PLC.,THE PANEL AND QUILTER CHEVIOT

The business lunch is a long standing feature of the Union calendar. All past pupils of the College are welcome to attend and to bring their guests. The lunch is a great opportunity for past pupils in business and their guests to mingle in a sociable environment.

 

Guest Speakers:

Tom Lyons

Tom is Business Editor and Deputy Editor of the Sunday Business Post. Lyons was previously senior business correspondent with The Irish Times, deputy business editor with The Sunday Independent and business editor of Newstalk. An award winning investigative journalist, he is the co-author of two books: ‘The FitzPatrick Tapes, the rise and fall of one man, one bank and one country’ and ‘Fingers, the man who brought down Irish Nationwide.’"

Jim Gavin

Sport

 Current Manager of the Dublin Senior Football Team (appointed October 2012)

Has won 28 trophies representing Dublin, as either a player, coach or manager:

8 All-Ireland Football Championship titles (5 at Senior level, 3 at U21 level) 5 National Football League, Division 1 titles 13 Leinster Football Championship titles (9 at Senior level, 4 at U21 level) 2 O’Byrne Cups.

Former: Player on the Dublin Senior Dublin Football Team for 10 seasons 1993 to 2002. Manager Dublin Under 21 Football team for 5 seasons (2008 – 2012) Coach of Dublin Under 21 Football team for 1 season (2003)

Profession An Assistant Director in the Irish Aviation Authority Safety Regulation Division, he has responsibility for safety oversight of civil Airspace, the Air Traffic Management system, Aerodromes and civil Aviation Security standards.

Former military pilot and commissioned officer, with 20 years of service in Óglaigh na hÉireann (the Irish Defence Forces). Held the senior rank of Commandant. Former Chief Flying Instructor and served as Chief of Military Aviation with the United Nations multi-national peace keeping force in the Central African Republic and Chad.

Has flown 22 aircraft types to-date. A qualified commercial pilot and currently rated on the Airbus 320 aircraft. Privately fly’s the Boeing Stearman 1945 bi-plane for the Irish Historic Flight Foundation.

The business lunch is traditionally sponsored by businesses associated with past pupils of Terenure College.

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