Open Mic IEN City Centre

Come along Friday to the Open Mic session at IEN City Centre, this is a great way for you to get involved in attending an event which gives you fellow members an opprtuimity to practice their public speaking and presentation skills.
Eack presentatiojn is 15 mins  in lenght and a 5 min Q&A to give some positive feed back to the presenters, this is a safe environment for presenters so no negativity. Its about building up confidence.
So lend you voice to open mic session amd who knows maybe next time you may give a presentation.
PresentersJohn Lysaght.- Learning through gamesJim Nolan – Newgrange – a breif historyFacilitated byJim Nolan, IE Network Manager

Open Mic IEN SD

Come along Wednesday to the Open Mic session at IEN DLR, this is a great way for you to get involved in attending an event which gives you fellow members an opprtuimity to practice their public speaking and presentation skills.
Eack presentatiojn is 15 mins  in lenght and a 5 min Q&A to give some positive feed back to the presenters, this is a safe environment for presenters so no negativity. Its about building up confidence.
So lend you voice to open mic session amd who knows maybe next time you may give a presentation.
PresentersJohn Lysaght.- Learning through gamesJim Nolan – Newgrange – a breif historyFacilitated byJim Nolan, IE Network Manager

Open Mic IEN DLR

Come along Wednesday to the Open Mic session at IEN DLR, this is a great way for you to get involved in attending an event which gives you fellow members an opprtuimity to practice their public speaking and presentation skills.
Eack presentatiojn is 15 mins  in lenght and a 5 min Q&A to give some positive feed back to the presenters, this is a safe environment for presenters so no negativity. Its about building up confidence.
So lend you voice to open mic session amd who knows maybe next time you may give a presentation.
PresentersJohn Lysaght.- Learning through gamesJim Nolan – Newgrange – a breif historyFacilitated byJim Nolan, IE Network Manager

Open Mic IEN Fingal

Come along Monday to the Open Mic session at IEN Fingal, this is a great way foryou to get involved in attending an event which gives you fellow members an opprtuimity to practice their public speaking and presentation skills.
Eack presentatiojn is 15 mins  in lenght and a 5 min Q&A to give some positive feed back to the presenters, this is a safe environment for presenters so no negativity. Its about building up confidence.
So lend you voice to open mic session amd who knows maybe next time you may give a presentation.
PresentersUna Ruddock – Climate change and momeyJohn Burns – ExcelJohn Lysaght.- Learning through gamesPaul Cleary – TBCFacilitated byJim Nolan, IE Network Manager

Data for startups – how to test and validate a new business

Data-driven startups have a much higher level of success.
Ok, but what is data in the first place?
How can I generate and understand it?
Entrepreneurship is the process of translating the vision of the founder – which day one is merely an assumption – into something valuable to customers. Data has a terrific role in making this happen. Come along to this session and discover the difference between different sets of data, (e.g. process vs outcomes) and their contribution to your startups.