DCU Business School Alumni Named As #NissanGenNext Finalists
The Nissan Generation Next programme is designed to support ambitious Irish people, from whatever walk of life, who have the drive and determination to become tomorrow’s leaders. DCU Business School graduates Shane Carthy (BBS 2014, MSc Business Strategy 2015) and Ryan Scott (BBS 2014) have been named as finalists in this years edition.
Shane has battled adversity to become a club All-Ireland winning footballer and an integral part of the Dublin Senior Football team. His sporting goal is to win an All-Ireland title with Dublin and his business goal is to help Ireland reach its renewable energy targets by 2020 through the introduction of sustainable and innovative energy solutions.
Ryan is one of the founders of DropChef, who make cooking dinner easier by delivering all the ingredients to cook a healthy dinner, along with an easy-to-follow recipe, straight to your door. Each ingredient is pre-measured, saving you time, money and eliminating your food waste.
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