The Enterprise Evolution Programme (EEP) is hosting a ‘speed storming’ event for job seekers at the Institute of Technology (IT) Tallaght, where interested candidates can talk to established Irish entrepreneurs.
Happening on 6 September from 11.30am to 1pm, the event is being hosted by Brian Purcell of The Apprentice on TV3.
Speed storming is a quick-paced idea-generation process that will allow attendees to share their own business ideas while gathering feedback from experienced entrepreneurs and business leaders, such as Michael Dawson of the Gift Voucher Shop and Hugh Henry of Bord na Mona.
Members of the EEP team and current students will also be there on the day to answer questions about the course and to help with the application process.
EEP is a part-time programme designed to bridge the gap between education and entrepreneurship. It offers unemployed applicants the opportunity to up-skill and develop new business ideas, while retaining their social welfare benefits.
Starting in September, 100 new places are now available to job seekers at the IT, Tallaght and Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.
Article courtesy of Bizstartup.ie