Why sell out?

Jane Purdom delves into the minefield of multinational firms and discovers that “the idea of selling out is far from simple”


The Big Four in the world of business, the Big Five in the world of law — any final year student knows what these terms mean. Multinational firms that have set up in Ireland for what some may consider questionable


SMF Leadership Perspectives on the power of hard work

The SMF event allowed for audience members to hear thoughts and tips on how to succeed in the modern-day business world.


The Trinity Student Managed Fund’s first event of the year took place yesterday evening in the Ed Burke Theatre. The Leadership Perspectives 2017 event is part of an annual series of leadership events and billed itself as SMF’s premier event

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Leaning in? Trinity Student Managed Fund “Women’s Leadership Conference”

Mary Hartnett sums up an evening of gender equality and keynote speakers in the Dining Hall


Last night Trinity’s Dining Hall played host to the Women’s Leadership Conference, an event organised by the Trinity Student Managed Fund (SMF) and sponsored by Davy and the Trinity Business Alumni. The aim of the event was to bring together


Volunteering abroad: who benefits?

Eva O’Brien delves into the world of volunteer programmes; the volunteers who choose to go abroad and the varied approaches organisations take in funding these journeys


Why do so many young Irish people choose to spend weeks in discomfort and heat, thrown into challenging circumstances, working often in an area in which they may have little or no experience?

This year, Suas sent 73 people abroad


Trinity named top college in Europe for producing entrepreneurs

Among Trinity’s success stories is Foodcloud, which connects businesses with excess food to charities in need of donations.


Trinity has been named the leading college in Europe for producing entrepreneurs, based on the findings of a new report, called The Universities Report, carried out by private equity and venture capital research company, Pitchbook.

According to the report, Trinity


Lessons from capitalism: the Provost’s new plan

Naoise Dolan examines Prendergast’s plan to build a €70m business school and have students from all disciplines take classes in entrepreneurship.

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Trinity’s Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast, told the Irish Independent that he wanted to build a €70m business school and have students from all disciplines take classes in entrepreneurship.

His plan is out of touch on many …