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Sean Fee - iFoods

Sean Fee - iFoods

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About this Event

19 Feb 2009

How businesses use social networks as part of their business models

About the Speech:

Sean Fee, CEO and Co-Founder of iFoods, addressed the Institute on February 19th at 12:45. He spoke on the issue of 'How businesses use social networks as part of their business models'. This topic will continue the discussion of Total Commerce that was raised in 'The Next Leap' report.

About the Speaker:

Sean Fee:
Director at VidSchool.com
CEO & Co-Founder at iFoods Limited
Former Executive at Davy Corporate Finance Former Fund Trader at Bank of Ireland

Theme: Digital Future 

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