Bootcamp offers students insight into a future of entrepreneurship

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John Tarpey, Lecturer, Design, Cordula Hansen, Lecturer, Design, Gina Renehan, 3rd year Visual Communications, & Jim O'Brien, 4th year Design & Visual Communications,

John Tarpey, Lecturer, Design, Cordula Hansen, Lecturer, Design, Gina Renehan, 3rd year Visual Communications, & Jim O'Brien, 4th year Design & Visual Communications,

The Arclabs Student Entrepreneurship Bootcamp aims to assist in developing WIT students innovative ideas into viable business opportunities by providing them with tools for future business growth

Arclabs, the research and innovation centre at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) held a Student Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for WIT students.

The Arclabs Student Entrepreneurship Bootcamp aims to assist in developing WIT students innovative ideas into viable business opportunities by providing them with tools for future business growth. 

The Bootcamp ran in ArcLabs on 28 February from 1- 7pm and is followed up by 1-to-1 mentoring meetings with the students on 6 and 7 March to help students get direction on the next steps to take to develop their business.

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"We are delighted that students from such diverse disciplines are taking part in this event. Especially in the start-up space, we see the importance of communication and mutual respect between technologists, designers, salespeople and managers. From listening to the students' business ideas and conversations, I think they are clearly aware that they will need to collaborate with others. In order to build on their creativity and enthusiasm, connections are vital, and events such as these provide a really important networking environment for students,” says Dr. Cordula Hansen, Programme Leader BA (Hons) Design Visual Communications who was involved in the event.

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