Financial results and technology events taking place the week of 12-16 April.
Monday, 12 April:
Please join Mick MacComascaigh and Myles Lynch as they address the changing marketplace in Ireland and how vendors in Ireland need to adapt to insure a return to growth in short to medium long term.
The Black Hat Briefings are comprehensive events focused on internet security.
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is hosting a number of nationwide open evenings where it will be showcasing its range of MBA and specialist masters programmes.
Tuesday, 13 April:
Wednesday, 14 April:
Presented by SEAI, the Energy Show is a must-attend for industry and businesses to see and learn about the latest sustainable energy technologies and practices.
Join UCD Business Alumni for a free lunchtime webinar on 14 April on ‘Viral Marketing’ with guest speakers Prof Damien McLoughlin and Dr John Fanning.
This webinar will examine how organisations are harnessing collaborative technology and cloud computing to enhance the way they function.
Thursday, 15 April:
Innovative Irish software SMEs and start-ups are being encouraged to participate in The Software Investment Forum, a landmark event, which offers promising software companies an opportunity to showcase their businesses to some of Ireland’s leading venture capitalists.
The internet has evolved from a place where businesses publish and find information into virtual workplaces where employees now create, store and share the information they need to do their work.
This one-day event will offer free digital marketing advice to SMEs, entrepreneurs, and non-profit organisations.
Friday, 16 April:
Tech multinationals at Dublin’s East Point Business Park are on the lookout for 175 candidates for vacant jobs at the docklands office park.
Do you have a tech event coming up?