Successful Entrepreneurs Presenting at StartUp Ballymun

Are you thinking of starting a business or at the early stages of growth? StartUp Ballymun aims to promote enterprise and business opportunities in Ballymun, North Dublin and to encourage people living in Ballymun and nearby to become self-employed as well as to welcome businesses from anywhere to be located in Ballymun. The initiative is about encouraging all types of enterprises from startups to well established companies.

Free Business Mentoring at StartUp Ballymun

StartUp Ballymun will be offering free information from local support agencies, business mentoring from LEO Dublin City and showcasing presentations from successful entrepreneurs. Speakers will be sharing their startup and business growth experience.

Dublin City Council host StartUp Ballymun

Organised by Dublin City Council the event will take place on April 14th in the Council Chamber in the Civic Centre, Ballymun and there’s still time to register! The event will kick off with business mentoring and information stands at 4:30pm. At 6pm Mark Kellett will introduce the business speakers and the panel discussion will be chaired by Billy Linehan of Celtar Business Consultants. Register to attend here.

StartUp Entrepreneurs Speaking at StartUp Ballymun

  • Gavan Walsh of ICabbi; the world’s leading cloud based taxi dispatch system.
  • Yinka Martin of Hairweavon; wig and hair extension specialists.
  • Kate Cronin of Obeo; the fuss-free way to recycle your food waste.
  • Ciara Troy of Oiishi Foods; makers of high quality, authentic Japanese food products.

Download the brochure here.

Need Some Help with your StartUp Business?

Our startup specialist, Padraig McGlynn, will be hand to provide you with advice on flexible telecoms, cloud technology and smart tools to get your business up and running. If you would like to talk to Padraig in the meantime and find out more about telecoms for startups click here.

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More Information about Startup Ballymun

For further details contact Liam Barry, Economic Development Office, Civic Offices, Ballymun: liam.barry@dublincity.ie

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