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First steps to bringing your business concept to life, WITS & Enterprise Ireland Webinar 15 June 2020

  • 5 June 2020

First steps to bringing your business concept to life

Have an idea in your head but never knew how do go about it, even where to begin? Please join WITS and Enterprise Ireland to a webinar event on June 15 from 2-3 PM. Register now.

This webinar will address the practical steps you need to take to bring your business idea to life, including how to develop the concept and how to assess the business viability. Our guest speakers have extensive experience in the field of entrepreneurship and will provide you with their insightful know-how on best practices and lessons learnt.

They will be exploring with you the tools and practical support available in Ireland to kick start your business.

Please come along with plenty of questions to be answered!

Laura Enache

Laura Enache enjoys working with entrepreneurs and helping develop their business ideas in her role as New Frontiers Programme Manager at TU Dublin Tallaght. Laura has a background in marketing and business development and over 10 years’ experience in international sales, brand marketing and advertising. She held various business development roles in the horticulture industry as well as marketing agencies.

Laura has first-hand experience as a participant in both New Frontiers Phase 1 and Phase 2. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and a master’s degree in Marketing from Dublin City University. She is also an active member of Junior Chamber International (JCI).

Magda Rzepkowska

Magda Rzepkowska is a co-founder and the business head behind WallPee, a 2 year old startup that developed a technology in the field of portable sanitation. Joining WallPee was a real game changer for her.

Previously, Magda had a successful career in the casino industry where she managed large revenue streams and teams of 20 to 120 mainly in Africa.

An appetite for adventure and discovery of new horizons brought her back to Europe. In Ireland, she found an opportunity to divert her business skills to new areas, much different to the glamour of casino world.