Richard Irwin - Business Development in the Data Centre sector
Inside Data Centre Podcast
In this episode I am joined by Richard Irwin, Business Development Director : Mission Critical at Structuretone. After graduating in engineering at the University of Dundee Richard made the move to a sales role and then a lucky break resulted in him entering the data centre industry.We discuss why Richard pursued a career in engineering, how he ended up in a sales role, and how a lucky break resulted in a career in data centres. We discuss how he has developed a rounded career in the data centre industry and why he made the decision to join Structuretone.We then look at the current challenges in the industry, the demands of the clients, the value of collaboration, and how Structuretone are taking a unified approach to delivering data centre projects across all regions. Richard has a well rounded view of the industry and he has an excellent understanding of clients demands in the current market.
Get A Word In Ep8: Dubai with Richard Irwin, April 2020
Get A Word In
Richard Irwin (@richardneilirwin) shares his top 3 emerging tourism destinations for when travel is a green light and where he will catch his first dream wave. He talks about how Dubai has encouraged #stayathome by creating artificial rain. Booze delivery in Dubai (first time in its history) and home brewing (pineapple beer anyone?). Saying goodbye to gym memberships and hello to running alone with a weighted vest instead. #getawordin #dubai #homebrew #bru#springboksrugby #pineapplebeer#coronachats
65: FedEx-Sponsored Education at The University of Memphis w/ Dr. Richard Irwin
Enrollment Growth University: Higher Education
Dr. Richard Irwin, Vice Provost of Academic Innovation & Support Services at The University of Memphis and Dean of UofM Global joined the podcast to discuss the enrollment benefits of pursuing truly integrated partnerships with national and global employers.
Bacardi Legacy (Pt. 2) – Richard Irwin / Alan Kavanagh (ft. Shingo Gokan, Faye Chen & Barney Toy)
The Steve Schneider Show Podcast: Bartending, Cocktails, Booze and Other BS
Part 2 of the Bacardi Legacy version of the SSS. In this episode, Richard Irwin and Alan Kavanagh co-host a revolving door of guests at the Island Bar on Cockatoo Island during the after-party of the Bacardi Legacy Global Cocktail Competition 2015 in Sydney, Australia. Just a few old friends chatting about the competition and other things all while drinking (responsibly). Sprinkled in is some chats about the finals, a little trip down memory lane with Shingo Gokan and just some good old fashioned ball-busting amongst bartenders. Shingo Gokan, Alan Kavanagh, Steve, & Richard IrwinIt’s worth noting that no episodes of The Steve Schneider Show Podcast are sponsored by any brand anything discussed is simply a group of friends chatting and catching up. Be sure to subscribe to get Part 3 where I’ll be breaking down the entire week along with a lot of the cocktails, trends and featuring a brief chat with the likes of Nic St. Jean, Dickie Cullimore and Enrique Comas. If you like what you hear, be sure to share the page and tell your friends about us! www.schneideyshow.com | facebook.com/schneideyshow
Tao of Sports Ep. 12 - Dr. Richard Irwin (Assoc. Dean, University of Memphis Sports & Leisure Commerce)
The Tao of Sports Podcast – The Definitive Sports, Marketing, Business Industry News Podcast
University of Memphis Professor & Associate Dean Richard Irwin knows the bad rap that some sport management degrees earn in the field. The Memphis program has set itself apart by focusing on revenue streams & sales management. Irwin talks about the state of ticket sales in college & professional sports, as well as the Sports Sales Combine in Atlanta where 40-50 prospects will train for opportunity to join professional teams after the course’s culmination. http://www.sportsalescombine.com
Podcast #3: In this podcast we talk with Dr. Richard Irwin who is the chairman of the Critical Care Operations Committee at UMassMemorial Medical Center. Dr. Irwin talks about the changes he's seen during his four decades in medical practice and his vision for patient centered care.