16th November marked an important moment for Ireland’s education system, and for the community in Dublin’s north east inner city, as Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, announced pilots of the P-TECH model in three local schools. Ireland is the first country in Europe to adopt the P-TECH school model. First established by IBM and local educators in Brooklyn, New
IBM has recently released their annual Corporate Responsibility Report covering 2016. Their reports – like their citizenship initiatives – are not simply lists of cash contributions to causes that complement their industry. IBM’s approach to corporate citizenship is, and always has been, far more complex, more engaged and more vested in sustainable outcomes than can be covered by
Last year, Limerick was chosen as one of IBM’s 17 ’Smarter Cities’ around the world. For three weeks during May, a team of five global IBM experts, from the U.S. and India, assessed current activities being undertaken by Limerick City & County Council and were tasked with developing a set of recommendations to predict and
Ireland’s first and largest shared services centre for non-profits, Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2015.
We are excited to launch the new series” In Conversation With…” exclusive for CSR News Ireland, giving you the opportunity to get to know CSR professionals
IBM is one of Ireland’s leading providers of advanced information technology, products, services and business consulting expertise. IBM has a long history in Ireland, having opened its first office here in 1956. IBM in Ireland today is made up of a diverse workforce of over 3,000 employees working across a broad range of businesses and locations