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Free Startup Mini-Conference in DCU 18th Feb

The Business School in DCU will host a free mini-conference on starting up a business which will be held at DCU on Friday, 18 February 2011 from 1300 – 1800. It is organised by the DCU Business School and the DCU LINK Research Centre and  supported by North Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Startups.ie.

The mini-conference comprises a plenary, commencing at 13:00, which will be addressed by Prof. Brian MacCraith (President of Dublin City University), Marc Coleman (Economist, Radio Presenter, Columnist and Author), Nicola Byrne (CEO, 11890) and Richard Stokes (Managing Director, DCU Invent).

The plenary will be followed by a coffee break and four breakout sessions running from 1600 – 1800. All breakout sessions will take place in DCU Business School.

1.      Start Your Own Business – Supports and Tools (Sponsored by Startups.ie)

2.      Setting up an Export Infrastructure and International Business

3.      Business Planning & Business Model Workshop

4.      Introduction to Writing Competitive Tenders

Breakout session speakers include Cambridge University Press, Dublin City Enterprise Board, Microsoft, Ruby Consulting, Hosca Management Consultants, DCU, the Irish India Council, Exportise, AIB and TCI China.

There are additional details at http://techspectations.org/conferences/get-started-2011-18-february-2011/While the event is free, places are reserved only for those who register. So please register ASAP at http://techspectations.org/event-registration/get-started-2011-event-registration/

If you have any questions or queries, please email: techspectations@gmail.com or contact Sean Donnelly on 01 700 8609.

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