The Journey of an Idea: Trinity’s Young Alumni Entrepreneurs

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Every entrepreneur has a story to tell, from nurturing the initial spark of an idea, to tales revealing the trials and tribulations of realising a distinct vision. Many of Trinity’s young alumni have made fascinating journeys to developing successful businesses, often starting down the path while still a student. Learn more about these journeys at the upcoming webinar, ‘The Journey of an Idea: Trinity’s young alumni entrepreneurs’.
The Journey of an Idea: Trinity’s young alumni entrepreneurs

Join via Zoom on 29 March for a lunchtime webinar hosted by Ken Finnegan, CEO of Tangent, in conversation with some of the finest entrepreneurial talent – Ciara Clancy (Beats Medical), Bidemi Afolabi (ProMotion Rewards) and Charlie Butler (Bounce Insights) – to emerge from Trinity in recent years.

The webinar will tease out the secrets to our graduates’ successes while illuminating how the Trinity experience has shaped and enhanced their approach to business.

The Inspiring Ideas @ Trinity webinar series is produced by Trinity Development & Alumni. is the largest database of professional development and corporate training courses in Ireland. We list thousands of training courses from trainers and training providers nationwide.

Trinity College Dublin offers an eclectic range of lifelong learning courses. Search to find adult education courses at TCD.

Trinity College Dublin, located in the heart of Dublin city, is steeped in scholarly and national history. Today it remains Ireland’s highest ranked university and within the world’s top one hundred. TCD provides an excellent variety of courses throughout areas in the Arts and Humanities, Business, Law, Engineering, Science and Health Sciences.

Lifelong learning is a continual process that anyone can avail of. It could be for personal interest or professional development. Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, offers a wide range of evening and short courses in many different fields which result in the gaining of new ideas, new knowledge, and in some instances, new qualifications.

Today, the continuing nature of education is more important than ever. Old skills become obsolete, new skills come to be in high demand. The people who can
participate most effectively in our fast paced modern society are those who are most open to new ideas, most adaptable and willing to continually re-educate
themselves and broaden their perspectives.

In addition to degree and diploma courses, there is a wide range of short courses to choose from at Trinity, from history of art to social work, philosophy to psychology, Greek and Roman mythology and religion to physics and a wide variety of languages among others.

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