About Us

What is TBR?

Trinity Business Review (TBR) is Ireland’s go to business publication for university students. Founded in 2018 by students from Trinity College Dublin, we aim to provide our readers with a unique insight into the business world and to maintain this as the leading student run business publication in Europe.

This publication will be a direct link from the private sector to university students to communicate about potential careers and internships that are available and to give an insight to what a future career might look like. Trinity Business Review is an edition-based publication that aims to be the launchpad for current students in their careers prospects. We will provide you with up-to-date business news both at home and abroad.

It is a multi-disciplinary publication. We want to engage students studying courses other than business. In today’s ever-changing environment we recognise that students may go on to work in the business world even though their undergraduate degree may suggest otherwise.

Meet the Team

Ruby Porter – Editor

Ruby is a third-year Law and Business student with a particular interest in advocacy, both oral and written, as well as an interest in economic policy and financial markets. Ruby works as a sales assistant at Weir and Sons on Grafton Street and following a virtual internship with Maples, a top tier multi-jurisdictional law firm, she has taken on the role of student brand ambassador for the company. Ruby is eager to see the growth of the TBR, in particular the social media channels and hopes to facilitate connectivity within the Trinity business environment in these strange times.

Eva Rapkauskaite – Deputy Editor

Eva is a third-year Business Studies and Russian student. She has been part of TBR since her first year in Trinity, serving as both correspondent and sub-editor. This year Eva is taking the Deputy Editor’s position. She is very excited for this new year, new articles and future possibilities for the Trinity Business Review.

Jody Murphy – Chief Strategy Officer

Jody Murphy is a third-year Business student at Trinity College Dublin. He has served as an Ambassador for the Trinity Entrepreneur Society (TES) and as an analyst for Trinity’s Student Managed Fund (SMF). He has received the designation of Financial Modelling and Valuation Analyst from the Corporate Finance Institute and plans to pursue a career in investment banking upon graduation. His passion for corporate strategy, entrepreneurship and finance will aid him in the role of Chief Strategy Officer.

Sub-Editors

Niall Taylor – Deep Dive Editor

Niall is a third-year Business and Economics student. He has previously written for the Trinity Business Review as a correspondent during the 2019-20 Academic Year. As Deep Dive Sub-Editor, Niall is interested in studying emerging trends across different industries, the evolving world of work, and how current events contribute to larger narratives. Interested in pursuing a career in financial services, Niall will be an Intern at Synchrony Financial in the United States in the Summer 2021.

Luz Cuentas – Current Affairs Editor

Luz is a second year Business and Economics student. She is from Bolivia but was born in Argentina and spent a few years there before moving to Dublin. Luz developed her interest in journalism since joining TBR as a correspondent last year and is excited to be back for another year. She is involved in the college rugby team and is also currently volunteering in the Young Environmental Journalists campaign organised by the UN.

Catriona Petoia – The Hub Editor

Catriona is a third-year Global Business student. Catriona’s interests include start-ups, entrepreneurial finance and innovation. New to the review this year, she hopes to share her passion for commerce by bringing all Trinity related business news to you!

Akshat Bharati – The Inside Track Editor

Akshat Bharati is second-year Global Business student. Akshat served as a Public Relations Ambassador with the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society last year and is a consultant with the Irish Students Consulting Group. He loves to meet new people and hear their interesting stories. Akshat is fascinated by the world of business and is glad to be a part of this team as an editor for the Inside Track!

 

Harry Williams – The Network Editor

Harry is a final-year World Religions and Theology student, originally from Wales. He is team leader of Enactus TCD and has been involved in the Trinity Student Managed Fund as an analyst. He also plays hockey for Trinity and serves as DUHC’s Public Relations Officer.