The first Hothouse Summer Session will take place Thursday 14 May as part of the National Enterprise Week.
The free lunchtime event titled Starting Your Own Internet Business will be held in DIT Aungier Street and includes presentations from established entrepreneurs who have participated in the Hothouse Venture Programme.
Hothouse supports the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Week in association with Enterprise Ireland that runs from 11 until 16 May with the aim of encouraging business start-ups and innovation across Ireland.
Hothouse Summer Sessions – Starting Your Own Internet Business
When: 14 May 1.00 sharp – 3.00
Where: Room 2-046 DIT Aungier Street
1.00 – 1.30 Startup Session with Chair Ivan MacDonald serial entrepreneur Director Dial2Do and Morgan McKeagney Director IQ Content and Niall Harbison Master Chef Entrepreneur Director lookandtaste.com
1.30 – 2.00 Q&A
2.00 – 3.00 Networking
Ivan Mac Donald, Director Dial2Do
Ivan has been involved in several successful start-ups and early stage companies as founder, CEO and Director. He founded eWare.com, a hosted CRM software company, which he built to profitability and sold to US public company, Computer Associates (NSDQ:CA).
Morgan McKeagney – Director IQ Content
Morgan co-founded iQ Content, Europe’s leading internet consultancies with high-profile projects for clients such Vodafone, Deloitte, and Global Voice. He has defined the company’s business strategy, expansion, and day-to-day operations with an average year-on-year revenue growth in excess of 200%.
Niall Harbison Master Chef Entrepreneur, Director of lookandtaste.com (formerly ifoods.tv)
Niall started his career as a chef in Ireland’s premier restaurant, Peacock Alley, under the guidance of Michelin Star Chef Conrad Gallagher. He has cooked for the rich and famous including Victoria Beckham, Robbie Williams, Bill Gates, U2, Victoria Beckham, Robbie Williams and even Borat (or Sasha Baron Cohen). lookandtaste.com is a recipe videos and cooking tutorials website and founder Niall has appeared on the hit series BBC TV’s Dragon’s Den and lived to tell the tale.
To register for this event email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that places are limited so register early to secure your place.