Business Research Innovation Network Group (BRING)

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Welcome to Business Research Innovation Network Group (BRING), GMIT's School of Business Research Group.

At BRING, our community of researchers work together to deliver high quality, high impact research that is both rigorous and relevant to our stakeholders in industry, government and academia.

We adopt an interdisciplinary research approach, drawing together the disciplinary backgrounds of our academic staff members, many of whom have achieved international recognition for their research.

Through critical collaborations across disciplines, industries and geographical borders, BRING is advancing knowledge to improve people’s lives, open up new lines of enquiry and contribute to a better understanding of our world.

To collaborate, please contact our specialist staff or

Prof Graham Heaslip
Head of School of Business
Phone: + 353 (0) 91 74 2595
Email: Graham Heaslip

What's Happening

IMP.act Online Survey QR Code

The IMP.act project is currently conducting a survey on "Perceptions of marine litter and microplastic pollution in Ireland", which is available here.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to fill and consists of 40 questions.

Dr Anita Talbot, a Research Fellow at the Marine and Freshwater Research Centre (MFRC) in GMIT’s Galway campus

Dr Anita Talbot, a Research Fellow at the Marine and Freshwater Research Centre (MFRC) in GMIT’s Galway campus, has recently been awarded a two-year grant for the development of site-specific autogenous vaccines for the improved health and welfare of finfish species in Irish aquaculture.

Latest News

GMIT Mayo is hosting a public event to mark World Care Day 2020 on Friday, 21 February (10am – 1pm), which celebrates the experiences of children and young people brought up in care and their rights.

Darren Craig taking a mucus sample from a basking shark off West Kerry. [Image Dr Simon Berrow, GMIT]

Basking Sharks sampled off west Kerry in early spring are genetically different to all other Basking Sharks sampled in the northeast Atlantic is just one of the findings just published from the largest ever study of basking shark genetics.