A step to scale – business gets done at FutureScope

Cashing in on innovation and going on to scale and achieve commercial success is a theme that runs right across FutureScope’s four stages – Insights Stage, Innovation Stage, Collaboration Stage and Entrepreneurship Stage.

A long list of Ireland’s most successful and most promising entrepreneurs will take to the stage in the Convention Centre on Thursday, March 28th to share the interesting details of a challenging start-up journey and impart their personal observations on what might make that journey easier.

Who wouldn’t want to get a nugget or two from Bobby Healy, Founder of CarTrawler, which services one billion passengers annually; Anne Heraty CEO of CPL; Jim Joyce of HealthBeacon, the second-round entrepreneur that recently raised €12m; Gavin Walsh, iCabbi; Fergal Brady, Blueface, top five unified communications providers globally following €500 million merger with US Star2Star or Ronan Perceval of Phorest, the rapidly expanding salon software business?

Expanding your network is one of the things each of these business leaders would attest to and it is one of the things that FutureScope excels at. FutureScope promotes engagement by bringing together start-ups, scale-ups, MNC, innovative Irish enterprises, the research community and investors.

Numbers attending FutureScope are capped at 1200 to ensure that every person at the event is within reach. This creates an environment where business gets done. And business really does get done. There are stories aplenty; Hexafly who met their investor and chairman, Barry Brennan; Davra Networks who met their US investor, VentureClash and Buymie who received investment from Eamonn Quinn – all in a networking context at FutureScope.

Early bird tickets (limited) for FutureScope – Convention Centre Dublin, 28th March – are still available at www.futurescope.ie

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