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Dublin City University Free Mini-Conference Get Started 18th Feb 2pm-6pm

category national | education | press release author Friday February 14, 2014 14:43author by Cormac Dooley - DCU Business Schoolauthor email cormac.dooley at dcu dot ieauthor address DCU Business School, Dublin City University, Dublin 9author phone +353-(0)86-863-5139 Report this post to the editors

Dublin City University Invites Aspiring Entrepreneurs to Free Start-Up Event

DCU Business School’s MarketingLab wishes to invite Irish entrepreneurs, SMEs, start-ups and students to the Helix, DCU for this year’s Get Started mini-conference which takes place on Tuesday, 18th February from 2pm - 6pm. The event is organised under the Techspectations initiative with support from IC4, North Dublin Chamber of Commerce, the Sunday Business Post, Edelman, HP and Microsoft.

DCU Business School
DCU Business School

“Get Started 2014” will kick off with three presentations on social entrepreneurship and exploring the opportunities and challenges of setting up social enterprises. The speakers for this first session include Sean Coughlan, CEO, Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, Iseult Ward, Co-Founder, Foodcloud and Daithi De Buitleir, RAG Ireland

The second session will be chaired by Dr Eric Clinton of the DCU Centre for Family Business. It will kick off with Eric questioning a panel of entrepreneurs on their experiences in setting up their own businesses. Panellists include:
• Karl Tyrell, Founder and CEO, Book-a-Bed
• Simon Geraghty, Owner & Founder, DotDash
• Kim Knowles, Co-Founder, Coldlilies
• Lulu O’Sullivan, Chief Executive & Founder, GiftsDirect.com and The Irish Store
• Sean Ahern, CEO & Founder, ThankFrank
• Patricia Conroy, Proprietor, Tankardstown House
• Ciarán Mac an Bhaird, DCU USTART
In addition, we are delighted to have three excellent keynote speakers who have managed to achieve success in more traditional industry sectors:
• Ciaran Mulligan, CEO, Blue Insurance
• Bobby Healy, CTO, CarTrawler
• Bobby Kerr, Entrepreneur and Businessman

As with all Techspectations events, this event is free of charge and open to the public but places are limited. For more information and to register a place, please visit http://getstarted.marketinglab.ie/registration/

“Entrepreneurs and early stage businesses need inspiration but also practical advice,” says Dr. Theo Lynn, Director of Industry Engagement at DCU Business School. “Get Started is part of our on-going efforts to open up DCU Business School to the wider community and join with our students and staff to learn from experienced business leaders from a range of sectors.”
This event is free of charge and open to the public, however places however are limited. For more information and to register a place, please visit getstarted.marketinglab.ie

Related Link: http://getstarted.marketinglab.ie/registration/

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