Welcome to our fourth event in the Civic Centre, Ballymun – Thursday the 16th of November 2017.
Aimed at start-ups and owners of small businesses in Ballymun and north Dublin, the event has a unique flavour of advice and shared experience, featuring a business owner’s panel and advice from partners.
The event is free with registration and open to everyone
Book on Eventbrite http://bit.ly/2z8qVUi
The Entrepreneurs Panel includes
Ciara Garvan of Workjuggle believes in talent as a service, and after leaving corporate life, Ciara launched a start-up to offer workers more flexible hours
Caroline Carswell of Sound Advice, a social entrepreneur and awardee
Jason Kearns of Guardian Safety passionate about safety and using his knowledge to safeguard employees and employers. Returns to Ballymun where he was brought up.
Margaret O’Reilly of Grand Designs a Drogheda woman, loves to work at designing & manufacturing of kitchen & bedroom furniture.
James Redmond of an app 24 hours on demand market place for services and employment. Go Get Fetch has strong roots in Ballymun as co-founder James Redmond was born and raised in Poppintree.
Sean Gleeson of the Free Venue Finding Service, organised over 2,000 Corporate Events, Conferences & Private Events last year!
Free business mentoring provided by LEO Dublin City PLUS digital business advice on getting more from your social media platforms. Drop-in, no booking required
Presentation by Oonagh McCutcheon of IEDR – Ireland’s Domain Registry on research into what makes a successful website
Welcome by Brian Staunton, Vice-chair of the Ballymun4business network & General Manager Musgrave Market Place
The evening is facilitated by Billy Linehan of Celtar business consultants
Information and advice on offer from our good friends at Enterprise Ireland – the IEDR Ireland’s Domain Registry – LEO Dublin City – Ballymun4business – the Dublin North West Area Partnership – the North Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Starts: 4pm Ends: 7.30pm Photos of speakers available
StartUpBallymun is an initiative of the Dublin City Council economic development officer in Ballymun, Liam Barry.
Contact: Billy Linehan, project manager,
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