Regina Moran, Head of Business Application Services for Fujitsu EMEIA, keynote speaker at the 2016 Women in Business Conference .

Regina Moran, Head of Business Application Services for Fujitsu EMEIA, keynote speaker at the 2016 Women in Business Conference .
Regina Moran, Head of Business Application Services for Fujitsu EMEIA, keynote speaker at the 2016 Women in Business Conference .

Regina Moran, Head of Business Application Services for Fujitsu EMEIA has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 2016 Women in Business Conference.

‘The Future of Business’ is the theme of the 8th annual Conference, hosted by TV broadcaster and journalist Claire McCollum on 22 September at the Ramada Plaza, Belfast.

The world of work has undergone immense change in the last fifty years and as technological innovation continues apace it has become necessary to rethink the rules that govern labour markets and workplace skills.

Roseann Kelly, Chief Executive of Women in Business says; “Our Conference will explore technological and sociological trends and how they are reshaping the future of work.

“Regina is an inspirational role model and we look forward with anticipation to her sharing her views and getting to the core of the issues at hand.”

Ms Moran is a member of the Ibec board, Dublin City University governing authority, and government-industry led Smart Futures Advisory Board.

She was awarded the Person of the Year award at the 2014 Tech Excellence Awards and recently placed 34th in the 50 most influential women in UK IT 2016.

On her role as keynote Regina Moran, Head of Business Application Services, Fujitsu EMEIA said:

“Fujitsu empowers businesses with innovative Information and Communication Technology to enable growth so we are delighted to support this year’s Women in Business Conference which will focus on ‘The Future of Business’. Women in Business has a well-established history of supporting business leaders to develop and achieve their potential and I am looking forward to participating in the conference to share my views on the future of business and the importance of diversity to business and the wider economy.”

Commenting on the structure of the all-day event, Roseann Kelly adds; “The Conference will feature a multi-activity programme of speaker and mentoring sessions, panel discussions and facilitated networking, all designed to help, enable and empower you with the knowledge and skills to grow your business and develop your career.

“Following the keynote address from Fujitsu’s Regina Moran, we will have two break-out sessions: one tailored for employed delegates within a corporate setting; the other geared towards entrepreneurs and self-employed delegates.

“The workshops will equip participants with practical tips and tools to ensure that within their jobs they are as prepared as possible for the future.”

Tickets can be purchased for an early bird rate of £75. For more information or to purchase a ticket, please visit womeninbusinessni.com.

Women in Business is the largest local network for female business leaders and entrepreneurs with a growing membership of more than 2,500, representing all industry sectors.