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Start Ups 2012

Start Ups 2012

Start Ups 2012

The Sunday Business Post’s Entrepreneurs Conferences have been running for 4 years now and have gone from strength to strength over the years. Start Ups 2012 conference is Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs and small business event. It’s a get together for small business owners, entrepreneurs, investors and service providers to share ideas, keep up to date with new developments, get motivated, network with peers and discuss investments. All delegates leave inspired and motivated with a ‘can do’ attitude.

 

This cutting edge event will not only be an interactive sharing of ideas but also an excellent networking opportunity to learn from others. An impressive line-up of speakers, visionary leaders, national and international experts – all professionally involved in small business, entrepreneurship and exports. Keynote speakers will deliver succinct presentations, allowing time at the end of each session for an open forum to discuss the issues participants find most important.

 

Picture of Conference

Picture of Conference

There will be a Q & A at the end of each session for delegates to ask questions and get involved. There will also be four keynote presentations at the start of each session and Financing and Mentoring Panel Discussions.

 

Delegates to this conference will come away with a fresh outlook on business and export potential, a better understanding of the economy, a revitalized vision of how to succeed and most importantly, the motivation to go for it with a can-do attitude.

 

The list of speakers from the world of business will include; Eoghan Jennings of Startupbootcamp, Paul Hayes of Beachhutpr.ie and ex Havoc, Martin Kelly of IBM Venture Capital Group, Julie Sinnamon of Global Business Development, Enterprise Ireland, Gerry Murray of Fort Technologies, Sean Killeen of Xintec, Gina Quin of The Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Colm Tracey of Eishtec, Brian Martin of e-Celtic and many more.

 

This truly exciting event kicks off at 9AM in the RDS Dublin on the 3rd of October.

 

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