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NSAI, in association with Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet and the ADAPT Research Centre, are holding a breakfast seminar for industry stakeholders, to outline how getting involved with standards development can bring about significant benefits for industry and consumers.

Learn how ICT standards can help your organisation gain competitive advantage

‌Date: Wednesday, 23rd January, 2019
Location: Ibec Offices, 86 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin.2
Time: 8am-11am

‌Standards in ICT can offer SMEs and larger companies a crucial component to scaling their business. Standards help build customer trust and confidence and play a key role in achieving interoperability of new technologies. They also ensure your products or services are compliant and more trusted, enabling faster mass-market adoption in a crowded marketplace.

Places are limited, so please register your interest here

This briefing has particular relevance to those working in sectors such as IT security, data security, AI, blockchain, innovation and knowledge management.

Taking Care of Business
  • Taking Care of Business is a one-stop shop allowing members of the business community to meet state agencies, offices and services to get free advice and information on how to comply with regulations and what help and supports are available. The next event is in the Mid-West on Tuesday, 25 September, 2018 at the Radisson Blu hotel and spa, Ennis Road, Limerick. For more information and to register, click here. Nearly 500 business people attended previous our event in Dublin Castle in November. For our video click here. For attendees' feedback see attendees feedback.pdf (size 579.2 KB) and for exhibitors feedback see exhibitors feedback.pdf (size 252.2 KB)


European Commission launches Better Regulation public consultation

The European Commission has launched a public-consultation exercise on its approach to Better Regulation. The consultation is open to citizens, organisations and public authorities with an interest in, or experience of, EU policy-making. Contributions are also sought from parties with specific experience in better regulation tools, such as impact assessment, stakeholder consultation and evaluation. For more information and to access the consultation exercise, which runs until 23 October 2018, please visit,