Business Irish

Saturday 17 March 2018

Guess who was in a corporate box for the England match?


SOME of the top names in business and the public sector were cheering on as Ireland whooped England at the Aviva Stadium last weekend.

Apart from debt-laden developer Sean Dunne, our exclusive photographs show key players from the biggest multinational, private and listed companies as well as bosses of semi-state firms enjoying the match from the boxes. The guest lists provide a fascinating insight into the links being forged in corporate Ireland.

All 36 of the premium boxes at the new stadium were jammers as Brian O'Driscoll and his team did a number on Grand Slam-chasing England.

Tickets for the corporate boxes cost as much as €799 per head, providing much-needed revenue for the IRFU. The 10,000 premium-level seats were filled to capacity, with the match estimated to have generated nearly €25m for the economy.

Sunday Indo Business

Business Newsletter

Read the leading stories from the world of Business.

Also in Business