may, 2022

mayTechFest 2022 - Partner Events - Various times and dates

Event Details

Event: AgriTech: Innovation Discovery Workshop

Partner Organisation: AgriTech Ireland

Virtual Event

Event Date: 26th May, 2pm – 3.30pm

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom, register here

Contact: [email protected]

What to expect: A workshop to identify areas of opportunity for new AgriTech solutions to enable more productive and sustainable farming. Download the event brochure here: AgriTech Innovation Discovery

 

Event: Radically re-thinking how we attract, retain and compete for top talent

Partner Organisations: KerrySciTech & [email protected] Talent Forum

Virtual Event

Event Date: 26th May, 4pm – 5.30pm

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom, register here

Contact: [email protected] to register

What to expect: In this session attendees will hear radically different thinking in how we attract and retain talent, increasing the overall talent pool in the region. Expect to hear new ideas that truly stretch our minds in how we think about talent.

 

Event: [email protected] TechBrew 

Partner Organisation: NSC

In-Person Event

Event Date: 25th May, 6-7.30PM

Cost: Free, register here

Location: NSC Campus, Mahon, Cork T12 XY2N 

Contact: [email protected] 

What to expect: This event will look at how the Tech Industry has changed in the last 20 – 25 years and how advances in technology have made it easier to start a tech business, to access markets, to access funding, to overcome barriers etc. This TechBrew event will hear from veterans of tech businesses about how things have changed and the impact these changes have had on emerging tech businesses.    

 

Event: UPlift Work – A Dialogue To UPLift Work For Women In Tech To Thrive!

Partner Organisation: The Dialogue Code

In-Person Event

Event Date: 24th May, 09.00am – 1pm

Cost: Free, register here.

Contact: [email protected] 

What to expect:. In person, half day workshop at Maryborough House, Cork we engage in a highly interactive dialogue process, unearth and clarify priority ideas for creating a thriving future hybrid work model for women in tech.

 

Event: UPlift Leaders, UPlift Work-Culture

Partner Organisation: The Dialogue Code

In-Person & Virtual Event

Event Dates: 24th May, 2pm – 5.30pm

Cost: Free event by [email protected] Register, here. 

Location: 24th May (Maryborough hotel),  23rd & 30th June (Virtual)

Contact: [email protected] 

What to expect: This Personal Development Programme will explore the issues blocking well-being, build a deeper sense of fulfilment, enhance well-being and confidence.

 

Event: UPlift Me for Women in Tech

Partner Organisation: The Dialogue Code

Virtual Event

Event Dates: 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th June

Cost: A Place for An Attendee is €375 including the 25% [email protected] Skillnet  Subsidy. €495 without the subsidy entitlement. Registerhere.

Location: Virtual

Contact: [email protected] 

What to expect: This online workshop is a personal development programme aimed to UPlift women in Tech to thrive and reach their full potential by exploring the issues blocking well-being and building a deeper sense of fulfillment.

 

Event: Cognitive Performance: Insights

Partner Organisation: Ludgate Hub

Virtual Event

Event Date: 12.30pm on 26th May 2022

Cost: Free, register here.

Location: Zoom

Contact: [email protected] to register

What to expect: This event will feature a presentation by Des Golden who will talk about “Cognitive Performance, ´ Insights for a tech Entrepreneur´ identifying means to optimize their performance.

 

Event: Founders Circle – How to build a tech startup without a technical Co-Founder

Partner Organisation: RDI Hub

Virtual Event

Event Date: 22nd May 2022, 11am-12:30pm

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom, register here.

Contact: [email protected] to register

What to expect: Join founders to hear about the do’s and don’ts of building great products, get a step-by-step guide to finding and building with the right partner and platform for you. Get access to expert CTOs & product folks for advice & explore no code options for your startup. It’s the one stop shops for all your technical questions!

 

Event: Caught in the Middle Management: Strategies to Support Line Managers’ Well-Being

Partner Organisation: Better Workday

Virtual Event

Event Date: Tuesday, 24th May at 2pm – 3pm

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom, register here

Contact: [email protected]

What to expect: This event will be facilitated by Niamh Brady and look at strategies to support the well-being of line managers in tech organisations.

 

Event: Demystifying “Digital Transformation” for SME leaders

Partner Organisation: Cork Chamber of Commerce & [email protected]

Virtual Event

Event Date: 26th May, 11am -12pm

Cost: Free

Location: Zoom, register here.

Contact: [email protected] or [email protected] to register

What to expect: This joint [email protected] and Cork Chamber event will discuss the concept of the “Digital Transformation” and how it can bring tangible benefits to SME business leaders.

 

Event: Design For Good; Creating products and services that do no harm

Partner Organisation: UX Cork

Virtual Event

Event Date: Monday 23rd May, 5 pm

Cost: Free, register here.

Location: Online

Contact: The products and services we create can do more harm than good to those who use them.  Find out why we must do better in the professional choices we make, and our power to impact positive change. Learn about everyday tech that discriminates through lack of awareness, unsustainable practices, inherent bias and questionable use of personal data. Join Clodagh Lynch and Niamh O’Hora in a conversation about increased transparency and fairness in design and technology.

 

Event: Student Cybersecurity Hackathon: Cyber Solutions for a Better World

Partner Organisations: Munster Technological University Cyber Ireland

In-Person Event

Event Date: 26th & 27th May – Full days events.

Cost: Free

Location: MTU facilities for group gatherings and the Rubicon Centre/NIMBUS

Contact: [email protected] to register

What to expect: This two day event is a hackathon for students around creating better cyber solutions.

 

Event: How to support fun, inclusive, creative tech education for kids! STEAM approaches – how you can help us help them.

Partner Organisations: STEAM Education & Cork City Council Libraries

In-Person Event

Event Date: 25th May, 2pm – 3.30pm

Cost: Free, register here.

Location: Cork City Libraries, 57 – 61 Grand Parade, Cork.

Contact:  [email protected]

What to expect: Learn about innovative, fun, hands-on educational STEAM programmes for primary schools using a co-teaching model with industry volunteers. And brainstorm with STEAM Education about how to better support primary schools to teach creative technology, with limited resources and expertise. Use your powers for good.

 

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