Today marked the end of a successful Enterprise Week in DCU, organised by ESOC, The Enterprise Society.
The week kicked off with PR/Media Manager of Paddy Power, Feilim Mac an Iomaire, who gave his insights on one of the worlds leading companies for PR and Media Relations as well as his own endeavours in his Jobless Paddy campaign.
DCU Alumni and TV magician/illusionist Paul Gleeson spoke to members about his climb up the career ladder from handing out jars of honey at the Ploughing Championships to performing for RTE and BBC. Paul also performed a few magic tricks, making this a talk with a twist!
Successful entrepreneur Sean Gallagher, well known for his time spent as a Dragon on RTE’s Dragons’ Den, has extensive knowledge, not only of the investment industry but also technology from his time as CEO of Smarthomes. Sean has trained and mentored many young business-people over the years. This was a great opportunity for all budding Esoc entrepreneurs in DCU.
Founder of Joe.ie and Her.ie, Niall McGarry is the epitome of Young Entrepreneur. Setting up his first company at just 24, McGarry has continued to grow and now leads the way in Irish Online Media, with over 1.1 million visitors per month to Joe.ie alone. McGarry.
Ever wondered what it’s like to work for Google or what it takes to get a job with Google? Google Account Manager, Joe Hennessy closed Enterprise week with a talk about life at Google and gave an insight in to the company we’d all love to work for, but only few will ever experience.
Well done to ESOC for organising a great week of inspiring talks!
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