Techstars Startup Weekend Dublin Social Innovation
Friday, October 18 - 20, 2019
Friday, October 18 - 20, 2019
Event starts at 6:00 pm
48 Ringsend Rd
Grand Canal Dock
Your idea in 54 hours
- 7 full (and delicious) meals over the course of the weekend
- Benefits and discounts from our global partners
- One-on-one time with amazing mentors
- A new network of developers, designers, and entrepreneurs eager, like you, to change the world.
- All the internet and coffee you can consume.
Don’t wait any longer and join the Techstars Startup Weekend movement! No talk, all action!
Friday October 18th
Saturday October 19th
Sunday October 20th
Outside of her day job, Furkan enjoys speaking at international events about her journey into tech world as a woman, her recommendations for women in tech issues and power of diversity and inclusion at workplace.
Honoured with "Diversity and Inclusion Role Model in Business" and "Trailblazer" Awards.
As an NDRC Venture Investment Lead, David sources, engages, guides, and enables teams to transform the best ideas into globally scalable businesses.
David is a talented communicator and connector, with a unique understanding of the Irish and European startup ecosystems.
Jeanne and her team provide a practical, solution-driven approach to data protection issues, and she has been a thought leader on GDPR preparedness strategies for several years, including during the negotiation period of the Regulation.
Jeanne is a regular speaker at conferences in Ireland and abroad on GDPR, legal issues for start-up and scaling companies and data privacy generally. Previous speaking engagements include IBA, ABA, UCD, TCD and Law Society of Ireland (including teaching on its MOOC on Data Protection Law).
Coaches and Mentors
By night she founded the Order of Malta Knight Run in 2014 which is a weekly soup kitchen for the homeless community in Dublin – in partnership with Dublin Simon Community.
All round startup supporter and champion make sure to chat to Serena on areas including marketing and of course scrabble strategies!
Chris’ work focuses on leading and managing European and Nationwide projects on Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate Responsibility, Social Impact, Startups, Cooperatives, Exporting, SMEs in Ireland and leading a life of passion and purpose. He is a director of Far & Wild and Founder of Socent.ie and the Irish Export Cooperative (ExportCoop.ie). Chris is the former Director of Social Enterprise NI.
Chris engages on national discourse and policy development providing sectoral reporting, supports and proposals to government. Chris has featured in the Sunday Times, BBC, Irish Independent, RTÉ, Today FM, Sunday Business Post and other media. He has contributed to National and European policy papers for political parties.
Chris is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management in the UK, Social Innovation Fellow from StartingBloc in the US, a Constellations Society Fellow from France, Tällberg Pathfinder Fellow from Sweden and a US Department of State awardee on Social Enterprise and Tackling Long Term Unemployment programme. Chris’ passion is in outdoor facilitation, youth work, social inclusion and his community development experience.
Chris has a degree in Theoretical Physics from Queen’s University Belfast, a Masters in Business from the University of Ulster and has spent time at Babson College, Dorset College and Boston College.
Event Sponsors, and Partners
The Techstars Startup Weekend Dublin Social Innovation team is grateful for the support of local community partners without whom this event would not be possible.
Learn how to become a sponsor here.
ConsenSys is a global blockchain company. We develop enterprise applications, invest in startups, build developer tools, and offer blockchain education.
Techstars Startup Weekend Dublin is 100% led by volunteer community leaders.
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