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By: Bizcamp  05/12/2011
Keywords: business law, business law firm, Legal Clinics

Archive | BizCamp Dublin

Written by Ian Campell who spent a couple of hours at the event last Saturday it captures the mood really nicely. Full article linked here. Extracts: PUTTING ANY talk of recession to one side, about 300 budding entrepreneurs gathered at BizCamp in Dublin last Saturday to soak up free advice that ranged from no-nonsense business planning to more [..]

The great organisers who volunteer their time to organise Bizcamp Dublin. Connect with them below and say hi. Keith Bohanna Co-founder of www.dbtwang.com - a new web-based service for guitar players, collectors and enthusiasts. Keith is an experienced internet consultant/trainer and has been working and enjoying this area since 2000 with clients that include Enterprise [..]

At 2pm for an hour on Saturday we will be hosting a panel discussion in the main networking area on the Second Floor of Guinness Storehouse. Theme: Taking the Rough with the Smooth - entrepreneurs talking about the challenging times they have been through, the impact on them personally as well as the business and to [..]

We had a great selection of entrepreneurs and others offering to do talks for Bizcamp this coming Saturday. Over 70 in fact - and with 40 speaking slots there are a number of people whose offers we cannot take up. A sincere thank you to each of you. Here is the schedule - it is draft [..]

One of our 4 sponsors, the business law firm Mason Hayes+Curran, have offered to provide free Legal Clinics for Bizcamp delegates. This is a great opportunity to talk to leading practitioners of business law who can give you some practical initial legal advices relating to your business and how to bring it forward. These advices [..]

One week to go and time to say a big thank you to the businesses who have made a free day possible for us. Sponsors First off Microsoft Bizspark. Clare Dillon who runs this program has been so supportive of the bizcamp so a really big heart out to her Bank Of Ireland were there for [..]

RTE coverage of the last Dublin Bizcamp back in March. Register here for the next Dublin Bizcamp on September 19th ‘09.

This site is currently being reworked and while we are waiting for that to be implemented put Saturday 19th September into your diary. Venue: Guinness Storehouse, Dublin (their contact us and directions page) Time: Probably 10am to 5pm The venue is bigger so we anticipate up to 400 entrepreneurs gathered for a great, free day of learning and [..]

The BizCamp Dublin Mobile Assistant is now available, you can grab it here. The Mobile Assistant is an application for your mobile phone that is stuffed full of useful information about the event, and will be your indispensable guide on the day. Please note that you’ll need a Java capable phone and Web access to install [..]

Keywords: business law, business law firm, Legal Clinics

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05/12/2011

BizCamp | Archive | After party

I would even suggest some of the great business deals started there… So I am looking for suggestions about where to go afterwards. As anyone who has attended a conference knows some of the best networking and learning can happen afterwards in the bar. People are relaxed and the alcohol, advice and stories are flowing.


05/12/2011

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This is a great opportunity to talk to leading practitioners of business law who can give you some practical initial legal advices relating to your business and how to bring it forward. Taking the Rough with the Smooth - entrepreneurs talking about the challenging times they have been through, the impact on them personally as well as the business and to.


05/12/2011

BizCamp | Archive | BizCamp Limerick

Taking the Rough with the Smooth - entrepreneurs talking about the challenging times they have been through, the impact on them personally as well as the business and to. Directions to the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick are here. The venue will be the Kemmy Business School. Admission is free, all are welcome. BizCamp is coming back to Limerick.