Financial results and technology events taking place the week of 5-9 April.
Monday, 5 April:
No results or events scheduled for this day.
Tuesday, 6 April:
Success for the next generation of university degree programs that prepare engineers for this complex environment is unlikely to occur without active collaboration among engineering, business and law schools, as well as selected social science programs.
This programme provides attendees with a great opportunity to study case studies and scenarios, review legal cases and practice the real-life planning and conducting of a variety of Disciplinary and Dismissal Investigations and Hearings in the workplace.
Wednesday, 7 April:
A business conference for executives on changing technologies in the online space, such as social media, search marketing, mobile applications, and future trends.
How do you bring the openness and low barrier to entry of the internet to real-life networking? How do you create an event where people can come and make it what they want? How does all of this make for a good time? Business in Japan will show you with Business in Japan Night!
UCD’s Digital Dayz is a four-day event which will focus on new digital information and communications technologies and how they are changing our lives.
Thursday, 8 April:
The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) will bring together an outstanding group of nonprofit leaders, IT innovators, communications gurus and fund-raising superstars amongst other non-profit staff looking to learn the latest trends, practical how-tos and IT solutions to optimise their organisation’s technology so they can further their missions and create more social good in the world.
This programme provides a comprehensive review of all forms of employment contracts – indefinite duration, permanent full-time, part-time, casual, zero hours, fixed-term and specific purpose.
A free networking event will take place in the Days Hotel in Parkwest in Dublin on 8 April, from 7-8.30am.
Friday, 9 April:
Do you have a tech event coming up?