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Cormac Healy to leave Meat Industry Ireland
Barry Murphy
Cormac Healy has held the top role in Meat Industry Ireland (MII) for seven years, but is now set to move to a role within Ibec for the drinks sector.
30 March 2022 News
Dairy processors to benefit from energy rebate
It has been suggested that increased gas prices will put an additional 6c/l on overall dairy processing costs.
15 March 2022 News
‘Inevitability’ to food price increases in months ahead
A representative of food and drink retailers says it is very hard to see prices not increasing over the coming months.
Bouncing back: the economy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic
Ger Brady, chief economist with Ibec, explores how the Irish economy has performed so far and how the rural economy could bounce back as vaccines roll out.
IBEC aims to inspire and inform with TY virtual careers event
On Wednesday 5 May, IBEC hosts TYTalks21, a virtual careers and education event for all TY students nationwide.
30 April 2021 Education
Macra holds its ground on lobbying ranks
Macra has said the lobby register is a key record which shows the breadth of issues which affect young people in rural Ireland.
17 February 2021 News
Dempsey at Large: No breaking ranks in Europe
The idea of a common position being tortuously hammered out and then being adhered to was simply not considered remotely likely.
16 December 2020 Opinion
Forestry program 'effectively dead' due to licensing failure
Forest Industries Ireland (FII) is the representative body that supports over 12,000 jobs in the Irish forestry industry.
3 November 2020 News
The benefits of production forestry
The forestry and timber model works extremely well in delivering rewards from farmer to sawmill
9 September 2020 Forestry
FII welcomes Minister who is ‘familiar with the crisis’ in forestry
Forest Industries Ireland (FII), the Ibec representative body that supports over 12,000 jobs in the Irish forestry industry, has welcomed McConalogue’s appointment.
3 September 2020 News
Ibec proposes €26bn liquidity package to help businesses survive COVID-19
Ibec, the employers’ representative body, has called on the Government to implement a €6bn package of cashflow measures that it says will underpin €26bn of liquidity in Irish businesses.
3 April 2020 News
Minding the gap
Irish businesses need to prepare for the incoming gender pay gap legislation - but are they? Janine Kennedy investigates.
11 March 2020 Consumer