THE IRISH POST has launched its 2015 issue of InBusiness - in stores now.
This year's publication features a list of over 300 Irish people who are considered to be among the influencers, connectors and leaders in our community across Britain.
Irish Post and InBusiness Editor Siobhán Breatnach said: "From recognising an opportunity to striving to achieve a goal, the way in which the Irish in Britain have succeeded in their adopted country is something we can all be proud of.
"By doing just this the Irish have forged their path in Britain. Never one to shy away from a challenge, we have become leaders of industry across the worlds of finance, construction, healthcare, sport, charity, education, design, the arts, entertainment and more.
"From the boardrooms of the biggest companies to the family-founded firms that have become synonymous with success, Ireland’s brightest and best are breaking new ground, focusing on the future and delivering results at the highest levels.
"As The Irish Post continues to marks its 45th anniversary in 2015, the pages of this year’s InBusiness magazine focus on celebrating our community’s tremendous achievements as we strike out towards a new year in search of new opportunities."
This year's InBusiness edition also features an in-dept interview with Galway man Brian Comer, who alongside brother Luke is one half of the Comer brothers - founders of the multi-million pound global property firm, The Comer Group.
The recent Irish Art Sale at Sotheby's is profiled by Nemesha Balasundaram, while Jame Mulhall looks at the rise of the social climber - how the next generation of young Irish people are finding new career opportunities through social media.
Positive Economist Susan Hayes Culleton also reveals how you can be successful while remaining true to yourself.
For the style-conscious, top designers - including Paul Costelloe - share the secret to making it to the top in business as well as their favourite fashion picks for the season ahead.
We also create the perfect home office, featuring a selection of beautifully-crafted Irish furniture and accessories.
While award-winning actress Fionnula Flanagan - who was honoured for Outstanding Contribution to the Film & Television Industry at this year's Irish Post Awards - tells Siobhán Breatnach about her remarkable 50 years on stage and screen and why this year has been her toughest to date.