Launch of; Free Website to Help New Web Users Easily Access Popular Irish Sites

BITCI News - Apr 22, 2013

Dublin: Monday, 22nd April 2013; which is being launched today is a free website to assist people new to the internet. The website, a collaboration between a number of not for profit organisations and IBM Ireland, provides an easy to use index of popular Irish sites, such as newspapers, online banking and TV channels to

Tenth Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Awards Launched

BITCI News - Mar 07, 2013

Chambers Ireland today (07/03/13) announced that nominations for the 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards are open. Now in their tenth year, the Awards were launched by Aidan Cotter, CEO, Bord Bia, run in association with the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government, partnered by Business in the Community Ireland and kindly sponsored by

300 business delegates gather to ‘be the change’ in Irish workplace

BITCI News - Jan 28, 2013

Dublin, 28th January 2013: A major conference hosted by the Community Foundation for Ireland and See Change will see 300 employers, managers, HR specialists and community leaders come together to learn how the stigma surrounding mental health problems in our businesses & communities can be eliminated. The ‘Be the Change’ conference, taking place on January

Over 200 registered for Be the Change Conference

BITCI News - Jan 21, 2013

We are delighted to inform you that the conference “Be the Change”- Eliminating Stigma surrounding Mental Health in our Businesses and Communities which was regrettably postponed on November 26th will now take place on Monday, January 28th, 2013. We would like to invite you to register for our exciting and inspiring conference on how individuals,

BITCI Calls for National Immigrant Employment Programme in Response to ESRI Report

BITCI News - Jan 16, 2013

BITCI Calls for National Immigrant Employment Programme in Response to ESRI Report 16th January 2013: EPIC (Employment for People from Immigrant Communities) is calling for the national roll out of its programme in response to statistics released today by the ESRI and the Equality Authority. The ESRI report showed that immigrants did not fare as