Video: Roisin O’Shea on the future of Irish food and drink

Roisin O’Shea, head of Food and Drink sector at Bank of Ireland talks about the impact of Covid-19 on the sector and what the future looks like as we begin to move forward.

Roisin O’Shea joined Bank of Ireland in 2019 as head of the Food & Drink Sector, in order to support the Bank’s business in this strong, indigenous industry. She brings an in depth understanding of the Food & Drink sector to the role due to her wealth of experience in both Ireland and the UK across a number of companies and product categories.

She has held a number of senior commercial positions in both indigenous and multinational consumer goods companies including PepsiCo, Valeo Foods, Carbery, Boyne Valley and Robert Roberts Ltd. Her knowledge base spans end to end product development from procurement and new product development, to branding, marketing and sales achievement.

Her most recent role was in the rapidly growing Sports Nutrition Industry. Roisin holds an undergraduate Law Degree from UCC, an MBA from Warwick Business School and Post Graduate qualifications in Digital Business and Digital Marketing.

John Kennedy
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