In October 2022, The Ireland Funds Monaco presented Denis O’Brien with the Princess Grace Humanitarian Award. The award honours the legacy of Princess Grace of Monaco by celebrating Irish men and women who have made a significant impact through philanthropy.
Denis O’Brien discusses the digital divide and solutions to connect the unconnected through UN Broadband Commission initiatives. Additionally, Denis explains the need for innovative thinking to bring accessible networks to hard-to-reach areas in Africa, Asia, and South America.
Digicel moved to become a full-service digital operator to offer a wider range of services to customers. Denis O’Brien elaborates on the company’s transformation.
In celebration of National Children’s Day, two Loop Little Writers sat down with Denis O’Brien to discuss Digicel Group. Little Writers, Amanda and Jordan, also pitched questions to Denis regarding his work with the Digicel Foundation, particularly projects done in Jamaica.
Digicel founder and CEO Denis O’Brien inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame at the 2022 Business 100 awards lunch at The Metropolitan Club. O’Brien was introduced by Northwell CEO Michael Dowling and a Q & A with Irish America Publisher Niall O’Dowd followed.
Denis O’Brien, 1998 EOY Ireland Entrepreneur of the Year, is the first guest of the EOY Architects of Business documentary series. The series features Entrepreneur of the Year alumni to share insights that have guided each entrepreneur through their road to progress.
Denis O’Brien, Chairman of Digicel and patron of Digicel Foundation, explains why the Digicel 5K is so important. More than 10,000 runners have come together to support special needs children and adults, and five beneficiary organizations received J$2.5 million each to continue and expand their missions.