Opportunities in the New Software Economy – Event Cork , Dublin and Galway

This event may be of interest if you’re about in Cork , Galway or Dublin on the 8th to 10th of Sept. (Disclosure – event is linked to my day job, but I would recommend it even if it were not).

Enterprise Ireland in association with IT@Cork, ITAG and ISA would like to invite you to a seminar entitled Opportunities in The New Software Economy’. These seminars will be held in Cork (Sept 8), Galway (Sept 9) and Dublin (Sept 10).

The New Software Economy is driven by the growth of the Internet and changes in the software value chain. It is underpinned by new technologies such as Open Source, Services Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing, Semantic Web and Web 2.0. It is characterised by demand for greater flexibility, global delivery and cost effective solutions. Partnerships and collaborations predominate. Learn more about the New Software Economy

This seminar will give you the opportunity to network with key stake holders in the software industry in your region from different sections of the ecosystem: – SME, multinational companies, financial sector, public sector and academia.

Additionally, the seminar will provide insights from key thought leaders on the important topics at the forefront of the New Software Economy.

The speaker line-up will include:-

Chris Hofmann, Director of Engineering, Mozilla Foundation

Fergus Gloster, former VP of Business Development, Salesforce.com

Joe Drumgoole, CEO, Putplace.com

Date

Location

Venue

Time

Sept 8th 2009

Cork

Webworks, Cork

10.30 am– 1 pm

Register Here

Sept 9th 2009

Galway

Webworks, Galway

10.30 am – 1 pm

Register Here

Sept 10th 2009

Dublin

Radisson, Golden Lane

10.30 am – 1 pm

Register Here

Seminar cost:  Admission is €50 and will include tea/coffee on arrival and tea/coffee/sandwiches on conclusion

The full amount of €50 per person is due on registration. Spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.


Cancellation Policy

No refunds will be issued on cancellation, however if a registered participant cannot attend the seminar, he/she may nominate a substitute. Cancellations or substitutions must be notified by email to tina.cahill@enterprise-ireland.com.

Invoicing Policy

A sales order acknowledgement will be issued to you on receipt of your registration form. Invoices will be issued after the event has taken place.

Methods of payment

Payment can be made online by credit card.

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