Daniel Martins, PhD student from TSSG, WIT, was on the organising committee of IEEE Young Professional Entrepreneurs Open Day Dublin 2017. This event was the first in Ireland, focused in supporting and preparing the students and Young Professionals for facing a challenging world with less work opportunities and a urge need of continuous professional development.
The IEEE Young Professional Entrepreneurs Open Day Dublin 2017 was held on 25 February 2017 in University College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland and had a good turnout with about 70 attendees, speakers and volunteers. The event was a good opportunity to network, share experiences and to know more about all the tools available and agencies in Ireland that can support the Young Entrepreneurs to start or grow their business.
The program included the following presentations such as, Engineering Solutions in Antarctica by Danny McFadden, New Ventures and Opportunities in Startups by Mary Cronin, Making your Career Artificial Intelligence Proof by Kevin Koidl, Startup Opportunities in Ireland by Andrew Parish, Introduction to IEEE Services for Students and Young Professional Members across UK and Ireland, Reach New Costumers Online and Grow Your Business with Google Analytics by Google and Making your Startup Resilient by David Craig
Currently, Daniel Martins is one of the Republic of Ireland Reps for the IEEE UK & Ireland Section Young Professionals Affinity Group.