When and where is it on?
Thinking Differently about the Future CorkBIC Webinar April 28th 12noon to 1pm – 1 hour
How many years has it been going?
It is a brand new event
What was the inspiration to start it?
CorkBIC are running a series of webinars with entrepreneurs aiming to help startups and scaleups manage their businesses throughout this crisis. We are looking at areas like remote working, communication, cash flow, overcoming obstacles, business planning etc.
What exciting things can people look forward to?
This webinar will look at:
Coping with Disruption and identifying the upside
Is your long-term strategy looking different now?
Hear how these 4 CEO’s are adapting right now
Who will be speaking?
Mary McKenna, Founder & CEO, Tour America – Founded Tour America in 1995 & Operates Luxury Cruises, Honeymoon Finders & Cruise Holidays employing 50 people
Peaches Kemp, Co-Founder & Director, itsa….
– Co-founded itsa… in 1999, with one bagel shop, they now have 17 outlets, restaurants, a catering company & Juice & coffee shops
Olive O’Driscoll, Co-Founder & CEO, AventaMed – Founded in 2013, AventaMed invented the Solo TTD, an all in one ear tube placement device where no operating room or general anaesthetic is needed
Fiona Moloney, Co-Founder & CEO, HaloSOS – Shortening the response time to locate staff during personal safety and mass crisis event
Eileen Moloney, Senior Consultant, CorkBIC will moderate/Chair the panel discussion
What tips would you give to people attending to get the most out of it?
When you register you can submit a question you would like answered. Also you can ask questions during the webinar
How can people book tickets / when does it usually sell out?
Register for this FREE event here
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