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NISP CONNECT Frameworks: Startup Fundamentals
Innovation Centre, Northern Ireland Science Park, Belfast
Wednesday April 22 2015 08:00 - 10:00
Tech startup? Inventor? Scientist? In this free NISP CONNECT Frameworks Workshop, experienced entrepreneur Eoin
Lambkin will outline the key things that every early stage company
should consider as it sets off on the road to greatness.
Eoin has been based in Northern Ireland for the past 12 years, having previously worked in England, Germany and the Irish Republic within the telecommunications industry. He is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Northern Ireland Science Park and is passionate about the opportunities for new startups here.
His workshop will cover:
Testing your product/service and market assumptions or are you wasting your time?
Getting the business plan understood by everyone involved
How to kiss frogs and pick your team
Financial considerations every day
Creating luck and find yourself a mentor
Eoin will also be joined by a panel - Fergus McIlduff – COO with Automated Intelligence Limited and Kyle Gawley, CEO of Get Invited. As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
Who should attend?
Science and tech entrepreneurs/startups and ‘wantrepreneurs’ and university researchers only please.
Date and Time
Wednesday April 22 2015
08:00 - 10:00
Seminar Room 2, Innovation Centre, Northern Ireland Science Park, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, BT3 9DT
Breakfast will be provided for attendees
Claire Burgoyne at NISP CONNECT: 028 9073 7806 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About NISP CONNECT
NISP CONNECT is an independent, non-profit organisation based within the Northern Ireland Science Park in Belfast, supporting the development of innovative technologies and early stage companies through a series of internationally proven programmes in education, mentorship, capital competitions and public policy advocacy. Our activities are informed by the findings of the Knowledge Economy Index and are guided by the pro bono contributions of our most experienced entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Our aim is to accelerate the growth of knowledge based companies by acting as a neutral honest broker aiming to catalyse the commercialisation of world-class research and intellectual property. All of our programmes are designed to facilitate a culture of collaboration between the region’s highest quality science and technology entrepreneurs, research institutions, professional service providers and investors.
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