What makes Ireland great for business?

Students from the National College of Art & Design were asked to provide photographic work to depict what makes Ireland great for business. Ireland is known for its young talented workforce, its track record of success in attrracting foreign direct investment into Ireland, its pro-business environment and its technology capability.
16 Pins85 Followers
I have grown up in Sligo for the best part of my life, I have surfed and enjoyed the lifestyle of living by  the sea. It is something that will always bring me back to Ireland. I wanted to share this experience with  others. I tried to capture a sence of surfing in Ireland. The shots are mostly abstract and in a documentary  style to give the viewer the sence of surfing and being underwater. They are all shot between Easkey

I have grown up in Sligo for the best part of my life, I have surfed and enjoyed the lifestyle of living by the sea. It is something that will always bring me back to Ireland. I wanted to share this experience with others. I tried to capture a sence of surfing in Ireland. The shots are mostly abstract and in a documentary style to give the viewer the sence of surfing and being underwater. They are all shot between Easkey

Photo from Kevin Gunning in NCAD portraying Ireand's rural and urban environment

Photo from Kevin Gunning in NCAD portraying Ireand's rural and urban environment

Ireland, with its rich history of  literature, has produced some  of the finest writers of their day.  In his Nobel lecture in 1995,  Seamus Heaney famously said  of his fellow Irish poets,  dramatists and novelists: "The  Ireland I now inhabit is one  that these contemporaries have  helped to imagine". Now, more  than ever before, Ireland is a  country where creativity and  intellect can flourish.

Ireland, with its rich history of literature, has produced some of the finest writers of their day. In his Nobel lecture in 1995, Seamus Heaney famously said of his fellow Irish poets, dramatists and novelists: "The Ireland I now inhabit is one that these contemporaries have helped to imagine". Now, more than ever before, Ireland is a country where creativity and intellect can flourish.

Ireland's economy and workforce is not just exclusive to the Irish people themselves. Ireland has generated an  extensive amount of international investment, which has evolved our country into a melting pot of diverse  skills and culture.

Ireland's economy and workforce is not just exclusive to the Irish people themselves. Ireland has generated an extensive amount of international investment, which has evolved our country into a melting pot of diverse skills and culture.

Ella O'Leary Watson from NCAD with her photo of Patrick Kavanagh, one of Ireland's greatest poets

Ella O'Leary Watson from NCAD with her photo of Patrick Kavanagh, one of Ireland's greatest poets

Using strokes of light, Liadh Young from NCAD has illustrated how Ireland's location is ideal for doing business on an international scale, with access to EU market and its strategic location between US and Asia

Using strokes of light, Liadh Young from NCAD has illustrated how Ireland's location is ideal for doing business on an international scale, with access to EU market and its strategic location between US and Asia

Photo from Bobby Redmond NCAD depicting the connection between nature and growth in Ireland

Photo from Bobby Redmond NCAD depicting the connection between nature and growth in Ireland

Photo composite by Ellen Egan from NCAD depicting Ireland and its technology capability

Photo composite by Ellen Egan from NCAD depicting Ireland and its technology capability

Ireland has great potential for growth in many senses from our young, educated and   eager workforce to our favourible tax regime which is one of the lowest statutory corporate tax rates in the world. These factors as well as many more are the oxygen, water, light and warmth a business needs to thrive. I took our fertile soil as a   metaphor to represent all the aspects of Ireland that make it the ideal place to base a business in order for it to thrive.

Ireland has great potential for growth in many senses from our young, educated and eager workforce to our favourible tax regime which is one of the lowest statutory corporate tax rates in the world. These factors as well as many more are the oxygen, water, light and warmth a business needs to thrive. I took our fertile soil as a metaphor to represent all the aspects of Ireland that make it the ideal place to base a business in order for it to thrive.

Ireland is a land of adventure. It is important to take time for oneself and where better to do this than in the clean, unspoilt Irish countryside. From the snowy peaks of Carrantuohill, to the crashing waves of the Atlantic and the whispering trees in the forests, a wide variety of landscapes and beauty can be found. The wonderful thing about Ireland is that these locations can be easily accessed, as they are minutes from urban environments.

Ireland is a land of adventure. It is important to take time for oneself and where better to do this than in the clean, unspoilt Irish countryside. From the snowy peaks of Carrantuohill, to the crashing waves of the Atlantic and the whispering trees in the forests, a wide variety of landscapes and beauty can be found. The wonderful thing about Ireland is that these locations can be easily accessed, as they are minutes from urban environments.


More ideas
Pinterest
Search