2011 Irish Technology Showcase

Emerging Solutions for Intelligent Decision -Making in Cleantech and the Life Sciences

Four Irish companies will provide insights into their business models – products for efficient management of resources through improved decision making.

Biolink is delighted to showcase the following companies:

scrazzl Ltd – David Kavanagh, Ph.D Managing Director
EFT -Energy – Dermot Mee, VP of Sales, NA
Intelesens – Michael Caulfield, CEO
Simtronic, Inc. – Enda Dodd, CEO 

When:  Weds April 6th

Location: 400 Oyster Point Blvd, South San Francisco

Time: 6.30pm

Registration:  $20, payable at the door.


 We look forward to seeing you there.

Please RSVP to KGunning@biovisability.com

VistaTEC are holding an Optimized Globalization Roundtable on Friday March 4th in Mountain View, California.

To attend email events@vistatec.com to register.

The localization industry is entering a period of rapid change. New business models are emerging. Existing stakeholders are being forced to look beyond their own walls in order to maintain and strengthen competitive advantages.


Posted by David O'Halloran on 8 February, 2011 in Events | InfoSecurity | News Press | Software/Services - (Be the first to comment)

On May 10th and 11th Finovate will be returning to the San Francisco Design Center Concourse for a two-day showcase of cutting-edge financial and banking technology innovations from leading established companies and hot new startups. Founded in 2007, Finovate is a series of unique conferences that showcases the best new innovations in financial and banking technology via short, fast-paced demos (no slides allowed) and high-quality networking.

To access the main registration page http://finovatespring2011.eventbrite.com/. Any Enterprise Ireland client interested in registering for the event and obtaining the Super Early Bird discount of $995 should contact David O Halloran at david.ohalloran@enterprise-ireland.com. This discount is only available until February 12th.

Finovate conferences offer a unique and powerful platform for fintech companies to gain momentum for their latest innovations in the form of new customers, VC funding, strategic partnerships, expert feedback and major press coverage.

February 23rd – Selling to US Govt Training & Networking Opportunity. The purpose is to obtain market-based information for devising your marketplace strategies and begin building direct relationships.

EI will be working with in-market advocates to set up WDC meetings for companies that decide to travel for this.


Posted by William Corcoran on 27 January, 2011 in Archive | CTIA 2011 | Events | News Press | Telecom/Mobil - (Be the first to comment)

The CTIA E-Tech Awards program celebrates and promotes some of the most innovative wireless products and services in the areas of consumer, enterprise and network technology.  Every year, Irish companies attending CTIA are shortlisted for an award with many coming away from the show as winners.  The award recognizes emerging technology that has been in the market since October 2010 across 14 categories in enterprise and vertical market solutions, infrastructure, mobile applications and mobile consumer electronics.   The deadline for entering your technology is Monday 31st January.  For more information including nomination categories visit: 

Produced by PathPacific.com


Founder and CEO of YouTube. Youtube is the world’s number one video sharing website. Chad shares his story of how YouTube was created. He also talks about being an Arts Major at College and Selling YouTube to Google. Chad presented at the Dublin Web Summit.

Described as the premier Femtocell event of the year, The Femtocell Americas 2010 conference will include discussion on handsets for a femtocell rich network, services to entice the residential and business user and timing, availability and performance of planned LTE femtocells.

The LTE Next Generation Networks Americas 2010 conference will examine the differing routes and deployment strategies which will enable carriers to meet increased demands for access to emerging services and applications from a new breed of web centric mobile devices.

Enterprise Ireland client companies can avail of a 25% discount for both of these events through this eshot link.

The Telecom Council has an excellent opportunity for ANY startup who is looking to sell into or work with carriers. On Dec 14, several of the Telecom Council carrier members (Sprint, AT&T, SK Telecom, and British Telecom, among others) will be offering up their time and advice to startup executives who want to improve their product and company messaging and pitches.

I highly recommend that if this describes you or any companies you work with that they take advantage of this unique opportunity before the limited spots are taken.

Entrepreneur Forum: Fine Tune Your Telco Pitch

The Irish Network Bay Area is hosting its Annual Christmas Gala and Fundraiser this Friday.

IN-BA Christmas Gala and Fundraiser

Irish Consulate, 100 Pine Street, Suite 3350 San Francisco CA 94111
Date: 3 December 2010, Friday 08:00 PM

From SiliconRepublic.com

Siliconrepublic editor John Kennedy says the arrival of the technology world’s elite, including Skype founder Niklas Zennstrom, YouTube founder Chad Hurley and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, shows that Dublin is ready to claim its title as Europe’s internet capital.

As I made my way gingerly up the stairs at Bewley’s coffee shop on Grafton Street last Thursday afternoon, Skype founder and Atomico CEO Niklas Zennstrom’s words were ringing in my ears: “The technology revolution today is not dependent on Silicon Valley, there’s no reason why the next Google or Skype can’t come from Ireland.”

I had just come from an interview with the very man and while memories of long winter evenings in the old Bewley’s coffee shop during my college years zipped through my mind, it was all I could do not to laugh out loud at the irony of what I saw before me.
The royalty of the tech world

Unknown to shoppers bustling down the country’s main shopping thoroughfare below and in the midst of people sipping languidly their cups of tea or coffee was an assembly of the technology world’s royalty and between them worth billions of dollars. Sitting there were YouTube founder Chad Hurley, Lastminute.com founder Brent Hoberman, Bebo founder Michael Birch and Divyank Turakhi, co-founder and CEO Directi. Also present was the accomplished Dylan Collins, founder of JOLT Online and chairman of Gruupy and the organiser of the Web Summit, Paddy Cosgrave.

Read the full article at SiliconRepublic.com

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