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BizCamp 2 wrap-up, notes, presentations and takeaways.

22. September 2009

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What a great day, seriously i had so much fun and judging from the feedback, tweets, replies and blog posts everyone else did too. From all the bizcamp team big thank you to the sponsors, the speakers (2mb pdf), you who attended, the venue and you dear reader who will hopefully spread this page to anyone [...]

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Panel Discussion - Taking the Rough with the Smooth

16. September 2009

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At 2pm for an hour on Saturday we will be hosting a panel discussion in the main networking area on the Second Floor of Guinness Storehouse. Theme: Taking the Rough with the Smooth - entrepreneurs talking about the challenging times they have been through, the impact on them personally as well as the business and to [...]

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Speaker line-up

14. September 2009

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We had a great selection of entrepreneurs and others offering to do talks for Bizcamp this coming Saturday. Over 70 in fact - and with 40 speaking slots there are a number of people whose offers we cannot take up. A sincere thank you to each of you. Here is the schedule - it is draft [...]

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Meet the Lawyers at Bizcamp - free Legal Clinics

14. September 2009

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One of our 4 sponsors, the business law firm Mason Hayes+Curran, have offered to provide free Legal Clinics for Bizcamp delegates. This is a great opportunity to talk to leading practitioners of business law who can give you some practical initial legal advices relating to your business and how to bring it forward. These advices [...]

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First panel members for “Recent Successful Fundraising Rounds”

12. February 2009

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As part of the bizcamp we are going to have a panel of businesses who have successfully closed funding rounds in the last 6 to 9 months. While each story will be different there will be loads of learning to be done. The overall message is that fundraising is still possible :-). Additional non-tech sector panelists [...]

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