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IJA Golf Outing 2017 Results

This year IJA Annual Golf Outing took place on 5th October in beautiful Milltown Golf Club, Dublin. We would like to thank all the teams who participated and send a special congratulations to the winners – SuMi Trust Team who have won the Cup for the second year in a row!

The list of winners:

1st place & winners of the IJA Golf Cup 2017 – SuMi Trust Team 

  • Colm Geary 
  • Peter Callaghan
  • Karl Purcell
  • David Carroll

1st place & winners of the IJA Golf Cup 2017 – SuMi Trust Team

2nd place – Dillon Eustace Team 

  • Shane Geraghty 
  • Ross McCormack 
  • Conor MacGuinness 
  • Shane Coman

2nd place – Dillon Eustace Team

3rd place – Bank of Ireland Team 1

  • Dan O’Donnell 
  • Liam Mernane 
  • David Carthy 
  • Rory Mullen

3rd place – Bank of Ireland Team 1

 4th place – Bank of Ireland Team 2

  • Derek Collins 
  • Kevin Dempsey 
  • Gerry Burke 
  • Barry O’Neill

4th place – Bank of Ireland Team 2

Congratulations to all teams again and we look forward to our Golf Outing 2018 next year!

 

Brexit Seminar

The Ireland Japan Association and Dillon Eustace was hosting the Brexit Seminar on 23rd May to discuss the opportunities and challenges that Brexit presents for Ireland.

The speakers, Kate Curneen, Partner – Banking and Capital Markets, Dillon Eustace and Philip O’Sullivan, Chief Economist, Investec offered their view on Brexit, how it will affect Ireland and what are the opportunities in the post-Brexit era.

Philip O’Sullivan, Investec and Kate Curneen, Dillon Eustace

The presentations were followed by questions from the audience and networking breakfast.

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

 

Brexit Seminar, Dillon Eustace

On behalf of IJA, we would like to thank our hosts – Dillon Eustace, the speakers and everyone who attended the event, and we look forward seeing you at our events in the future!

More photos from the event are here!

Events

Survival Japanese Course – September 2018

Are you planning a trip to Japan? Will you be visiting Japan for the Rugby World Cup or the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? Then why not sign up for our Survival Japanese Course which will provide you with essential language knowledge and useful tips that will allow you to enjoy your visit to Japan even more!

Date: starting on Wednesday, 5th September 2018
* 1st class – 5th September
* 2nd class – 12th September
* 3rd class – 19th September
* 4th class – 26th September
Time: 6.30 – 8 p.m (1.5h)
Venue: Dillon Eustace, 33 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2

Cost:
* €80 (IJA members)
* €120 (non-members)

Spaces are limited and early booking is advised.

The Survival Japanese Course will focus on:
* How to get around (buy train tickets, etc.)
* How to order at a restaurant and at a bar
* How to introduce yourself to a Japanese person
* How to express your interests, preferences, gratitude, etc.

Participants with very little or no previous knowledge of Japanese are welcome.
All materials and handouts will be provided and are included in the price. Class size is kept relatively small and participants will have the opportunity to interact a lot with the teacher and fellow students.

For more information and to reserve you place for September course, please email: info@ija.ie

 

Survival Japanese Course – June 2018

Are you planning a trip to Japan? Will you be visiting Japan for the Rugby World Cup or the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? Then why not sign up for our Survival Japanese Course which will provide you with essential language knowledge and useful tips that will allow you to enjoy your visit to Japan even more!

Date: starting on Wednesday, 6th June 2018
* 1st class – 6th June
* 2nd class – 13th June
* 3rd class – 20th June
* 4th class – 27th June
Time: 6.30 – 8 p.m (1.5h)
Venue: Dillon Eustace, 33 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2

Cost:
* €80 (IJA members)
* €120 (non-members)

Spaces are limited and early booking is advised.

The Survival Japanese Course will focus on:
* How to get around (buy train tickets, etc.)
* How to order at a restaurant and at a bar
* How to introduce yourself to a Japanese person
* How to express your interests, preferences, gratitude, etc.

Participants with very little or no previous knowledge of Japanese are welcome.
All materials and handouts will be provided and are included in the price. Class size is kept relatively small and participants will have the opportunity to interact a lot with the teacher and fellow students.

To book your place, please RSVP by 31st May 2018 by email: info@ija.ie , or call: 01-6787008.
Please note that cancellations should be made at least 48 hours in advance.

The IJA will organize a similar course in September 2018, but class size is limited, so make sure you reserve your place well in advance.