DCU Enactus crowned National Enactus Champions 2018
Enactus Dublin City University have won the Enactus Ireland National Competition 2018 which took place on May 31st. This is the third win in a row for DCU at national finals.
The team presented on 8 social enterprises, on projects as varied as assisting groups such as asylum seekers, people with visual impairment, intellectual disability; tacking homelessness; helping students learning to code, child cyber security and environmental issues.
Enactus Dublin City University will represent Ireland at the Enactus World Cup in Silicon Valley, U.S.A this coming October. This innovative competition sees students, business leaders, academics and alumni come together for a showcase and celebration of the positive and innovative projects created by students at third level.
The Enactus DCU team is composed of students from across the university and includes a number of DCU Business School students. DCU Business School academics Roisin Lyons and John Byrne formed part of the academic team at DCU Enactus.
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