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Saturday, September 10
 

9:00am

Registration & light breakfast (sponsored)
Saturday September 10, 2011 9:00am - 9:55am
Friars Restaurant Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:00am

Why are Users of Cloud Accounting Happier?

In recent months, there have been many reports on blogs that user satisfaction with Cloud Accounting Products is much higher than with Traditional Accounting Software. This talk will explain what cloud accounting is, identify how it differs from Traditional Accounting Products, identify the main products, highlight opportunities to integrate with other cloud apps and will review the advantages and disadvantages that are being reported both from the users’ perspective and the accountant’s perspective.

 


Speakers
avatar for Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

Jim graduated with a BE Degree in Civil Engineering from UCG and went on to qualify as a Chartered Accountant with PwC. He has held senior positions with US multinationals in the computer manufacturing and medical devices sectors. In the late 90’s he established AccountsPLUS, a successful accountancy and business advisory practice to bring “big business quality information to small businesses”. More than a traditional accountancy firm... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:00am - 10:40am
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:00am

Well-Being at Work

With redundancies, layoffs and downsizing those left in organisations are expected to do the work of those let go with real work well-being consequences. Employee well-being has to be managed. My talk will share with others the practical steps employers can take to create a workplace where well-being is as important as targets and profits.

  • What is workplace well-being?
  • What are the signs of poor workplace well-being?
  • Brief overview of your legal duties if you are an employer
  • Costs of poor employee well-being
  • Strong business case
  • Practical steps you can take

Speakers
avatar for Mary Darlington

Mary Darlington

I am passionate about the way people are treated at work. I advise and train organisations in both Human Resources and Health and Safety so that they can get the best out of their people without damaging them. In my talk at Bizcamp I will be dealing with how to ensure workplace well-being and will share a range of practical tips to make this happen. Good management is all about leadership, communications and motivation. We must begin to... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:00am - 10:40am
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:00am

Connecting You with Your Customers

My talk challenge participants to think about 3 things:

  1. What do they want to be known for?
  2. Who do they want to know about them?
  3. And finally: How will they reach their chosen audience? What platforms will they use?

In my talk I will explore traditional vs new media and show attendees how to craft their message and select media according to their audience. A practical approach to using pr and social media tools to promote your business to your target audience


Speakers
avatar for Carmel Dooley

Carmel Dooley

I'm passionate about public relations! Using both traditional and new media, I help businesses and organisations tell their stories and connect with their customers. I set up PRWORKS four years ago and have never looked back!  I love the challenge of working with different businesses and I get a great buzz from helping client organisations tell their stories and reach out to their audiences. I want to congratulate all involved in Bizcamp... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:00am - 10:40am
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:00am

Keeping Your Information Yours! Information Security for Startups

A day doesn't go by with out the news that some organisation has had its data compromised or its services taken off line due to a breach in Information Security. Larger organisations are normally able to withstand the reputational and monetary damage associated with a breach, however its quite common for smaller enterprises to go under due to a breach.

In this talk Mark will discuss some steps that an SME can take so as to protect their digital assets. Techniques for working and collaborating across teams securely will also be discussed and also what to do when you’re data is breached.

Mark McDonagh, CISSA, CISSP, CISM is the CTO of NetFort and a board member of the Information Systems Security Association of Ireland.


Speakers

Saturday September 10, 2011 10:00am - 10:40am
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:00am

Networking
Saturday September 10, 2011 10:00am - 12:35pm
Friars Restaurant Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:40am

Publicising Your Business for Through Media

Publicising your business through media will give attendees an insight into the way a news room works and how to maximise your chances of getting your news story published. It will consider the traditional press release method and question whether the death knell has been sounded for press releases. It will look at the role social media plays in influencing news stories and dominating the news. Finally, the presentation will focus on the power of radio and the advantages of using such a medium.


Speakers
avatar for Grainne McMahon

Grainne McMahon

Gráinne McMahon has headed up the news and sports department for the iRadio Group since it was established four years ago in 2007, where she developed a news and sports service aimed at 15-34 year olds which broadcasts to 15 counties in Ireland. At the age of just 26, Gráinne was the youngest news editor in Irish radio at the time of her appointment but it was something Gráinne relished. She recruited, trained and managed the fledgling news... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:40am - 11:20am
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:40am

Selling a Business and Starting a Fresh

I did Leaving certificate in last recession of the 80s, resisted emigration and started www.johndalyfoods.com importing fresh food and wholesaling to retail trade. It was a difficult business but we grew it to a nation wide service employing 80 people with a turn over of 14m. I sold it in 2006 and was shocked at effects of retirement on a 42 year old. I went into education and did a higher diploma and honors degree in business and currently completing an MBA. In 2009 i started www.irelandfood.ie selling chickens and milk to retailers in the west of Ireland.The company employs 12 and is profitable but has no debt.


Speakers
JD

John Daly

Dia Dhuit a chairde, John Daly is a lover of food and the business of food, I also like helping people get on the ladder( of business and life) and keep them there. I started and developed www.johndalyfoods.com into one of the largest fresh food marketing and distribution companies in the island of Ireland with a turnover of €14m. We imported product such as Innocent smoothies, Utterly Buttery, Gu Puds, Devonshire trifles. We also were a route... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:40am - 11:20am
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:40am

Stumbling to Success

Developing Ability Ltd. is up and running since 2007.  We have stumbled along the road and now finally are making inroads into our market.  The mistakes we made were avoidable but understandable.  Almost all of them relate to marketing, in the true sense of the word - matching your product or service to customers' expectations and needs.  Lessons include picking the right partners, picking the right initial "loose brick" segments, Roger's diffusion curve and opinion leaders, avoiding competition and being able to admit mistakes, change direction, dump something and move on...


Speakers

Saturday September 10, 2011 10:40am - 11:20am
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

10:40am

"The User is King" - A User Centred Design Approach in New Product Development

"The product is fine, we just need a new user!" Mark will be giving a talk on his experiences in involving the end-user in the design process.


Speakers
avatar for Mark Campbell

Mark Campbell

"The product is fine, we just need a new user!" Mark will be giving a talk on his experiences in involving the end-user in the design process. Background: Mark and his team bring science to life with their 3D Medical Animations, 3D Medical eLearning services, as well as their range of award-winning 3D Medical Apps for iPhone and iPad: PocketAnatomy.com – the interactive human body!


Saturday September 10, 2011 10:40am - 11:20am
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

11:20am

Why Work/Life Balance Sucks. And How to Avoid it to Achieve Real Success.

Life work balance is one of the greatest myths out there. The search for it is one of the biggest causes of disappointment both in our work and home life. Learn the key strategies to overcome this problem. So that you can achieve real success and fulfilment in your life.


Speakers
avatar for Toireasa Rock

Toireasa Rock

I'm all about helping people overcome the obstacles holding them back from being fulfilled and successful. The emotional and practical stuff. My focus is on giving you the practical and inspiring strategies you need to live a life you'll be proud of. My passions? A good book to chill out or a run on the beach to freshen my thinking.


Saturday September 10, 2011 11:20am - 12:00pm
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

11:20am

Google Analytics - Actionable Insights

Ensuring you have the right information from your site analytics, making it truly actionable analytics, is vital to improve the performance of your website. If you're looking to improve your SEO efforts, gain a higher return on your PPC campaigns or simply gain targeted market intelligence that fuels conversions; gathering the right information from your analytics is the key.


Speakers
avatar for Paul Cawley

Paul Cawley

Paul is the founder of Pinnacle Search Engine Marketing, a business providing training, management and consultancy services in digital marketing. Specialising in search engine optimisation (SEO), paid advertising (PPC) and web analytics, he helps businesses to improve rankings, drive targeted traffic and convert that traffic into valuable repeat customers.


Saturday September 10, 2011 11:20am - 12:00pm
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

11:20am

My Biggest Blunder: Timescales

Although cash is usually seen as the biggest constraint for start-ups, the resource that really matters is time -- not in the sense of whether one has enough hours in the day, but how long it will take to bring a product to market and generate revenue. The time forecasts we make in our business plans are usually way out, that's because, by nature, we're too optimistic about the state of the market we're addressing, or too ambitious in our product development. This leads to big blunders, all of which I have made. With everything taking longer than you would like, you make hurried deals with customers which end up costing money, upset the bank, upset investors, launch things too early, or misapply precious funds to product development, when you might do better to spend money on marketing. I am going to distil My Biggest Blunder: Timescales into a consideration of a 3 x 3 grid, with 'Product' up the y axis, and 'Market' across the x axis. On each scale there will be three values; Current, Emerging and Novel. By picking a cell on the grid, we'll consider what are the challenges of selling a current product in a current market compared with selling, say, a novel product in a novel market, or a current product in an emerging market and so on -- The grid will also give me a structure for relaying the pitfalls of not being self-critical about the state of your product and its market, and the consequent under budgeting of time that results in grey hairs and sleepless nights.


Speakers
avatar for Julian Ellison

Julian Ellison

For almost 20 years I have been linking people to TV programmes through communication technologies. In 1993 I set up the BBC's first Internet operation, the BBC Networking Club, which pioneered the use of websites about programmes. In 1996, I set up Red Fig, which linked the Internet, IVR, SMS, Red Button to programmes across all the UK terrestrial broadcasters. In 2005 I set up InTime Media to use apps on mobile handsets to do the same. We now... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 11:20am - 12:00pm
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

11:20am

Distilling 2 Years Experience of an Internet Startup into 20 minutes - Things to Do & Not to Do

We've been running Cauwill for just over 2 years now. I'ts an Internet Startup company. I'd like share our experience so far - the good stuff but more importantly also the bad stuff i.e lessons learned. I want to share the things we did well and the things we didn't do so well. Finally, I'd like to share the software we use in day to day business and some tips we've picked up along the way. 


Speakers
avatar for Ronan Skehill

Ronan Skehill

Co-founder of Cauwill Technologies. Loves finding solutions to problems both technical ones and business ones. At Cauwill we're passionate about providing quality SaaS solutions to our customers. Everything we do ultimately ends up on a mobile phone so we spend a great deal of time on design ensuring it's simple, intuitive and works on all phones. People use our products to navigate to a location and find out additional information related to... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 11:20am - 12:00pm
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

11:20am

The Power of Fun in Innovating

I'm very interested in engaging with participants in a workshop-style session where we explore some of the thinkings of John Sweeney, Dave Siegel and Weimer Baumgardner who talk about "innovation at the speed of laughter", "the power of fun in innovating" and " the more people laugh, the greater the quality and quantity of their ideas".


Speakers
avatar for Aidan Daly

Aidan Daly

Apart from graduate and undergraduate teaching in Global and Services Marketing since 1982, Aidan is involved in Management Consulting and Training in Ireland, Europe, Middle and Far East and several African countries. He has an enviable reputation as a stimulating conference speaker.   Dr. Aidan Daly, | Adjunct Professor of Marketing, | J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, | National University of Ireland Galway.


Saturday September 10, 2011 11:20am - 12:40pm
CA003 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

12:00pm

Assembling the A-Team

Key to the success of any company or product is the people behind it. When I started my company, I knew that if we were going to succeed then I need to have an "A-Team" of my own - I needed to find a bunch of talented and motivated people to share the journey with me. And once I had that, then we could take on the world.

I learnt the hard way. I was like a sheep that followed the guide book on hiring and motivation. It took me a while to realise that most of it was a waste of time. I needed to challenge the old way of thinking and in doing so I came to better understand how to bring great people together.

In this talk I'll share what I've learnt about finding people and motivating them in the pursuit of creating a team that is invincible.


Speakers
avatar for Paul Killoran

Paul Killoran

I create useful web apps and awesome animations. Lover of contemporary and classical dance. Enjoys pints of Guinness beside open fires. Dreams big. Works hard.


Saturday September 10, 2011 12:00pm - 12:40pm
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

12:00pm

Effective Execution in Business

Speaker Nial O’Reilly will explore the thesis that striking a balance between thinking, feeling and doing is the route to more effective execution at work.

He will explore the idea that each of us has developed a preference for one of these three forms of intelligence and the good news that we can modify this preference to enable us to be more effective.

Our environment today is forcing us down the route of over thinking and over doing and we are in danger of loosing touch with our capacity for emotional intelligence.

Explore your centre of intelligence preference and learn to execute more effectively.


Speakers
avatar for Nial O'Reilly

Nial O'Reilly

I'm passionate about Personal Leadership and Team Development. I've worked as an Executive Coach for the last 7 years and have been privileged to work at very close quarters with people and teams that have consciously committed to facilitating their own development to the next level. I have a keen interest in psychology and the factors that contribute to exceptional human performance or 'flow'. We are living in a world where conventional... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 12:00pm - 12:40pm
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

12:00pm

Building a Business Using the Internet

If you want to grow your business, particularly in a recession, an online presence will help you tap into a worldwide marketplace.

Yet many business owners have websites that don’t deliver. They may look very impressive, but are not being found by potential customers.

They also have websites that they find hard to maintain without external help.

Having a website is only part of the process in building an online business. This presentation explains a methodology for getting your business on the front page of google worldwide – and enabling you to generate both an offline and online income.

It demonstrates a step by step process which can be followed by anyone with basic computer skills and the necessary motivation and determination to succeed.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Halloran

Ann Halloran

I have been self employed for 22 years, helping organisations across all sectors and company sizes with the learning and development of their employees. I also deliver leadership and management training programmes. In 2009 I set up www.practical-management-skills.com in order to bring my business online. I run monthly online training webinars and sell a range of management workbooks and audios over the internet. I am so pleased with the... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 12:00pm - 12:40pm
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

12:00pm

Applying Lean Principles to the Small Business: Lean StartUp

I specialise in applying lean and agile methods to software development organisations - but many of these principles can equally apply to small companies developing product and service offerings. Recently the Lean Start-Up movement has looked at how these can help entrepreneurs develop, validate and market their ideas where cash is scarce and time is of the essence. In this talk I'll introduce some of the Lean principles so we can discuss how they can be applied by small businesses and start-ups.


Speakers
avatar for Colm O'hEocha

Colm O'hEocha

Hi! I'm what they call an 'IT industry veteran' (though I don't feel as old as that sounds;), with 20+ years design and development experience. My interest in Lean Thinking began when automating Just-In-Time production lines in the 1980s. If you're old enough to remember, this is when Toyota and other Japanese manufacturers were decimating Western industry with revolutionary production management techniques such as JIT. I've been applying the... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 12:00pm - 12:40pm
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

12:40pm

Lunch
Saturday September 10, 2011 12:40pm - 1:40pm
Friars Restaurant Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

Grants and Other Supports for Entrepreneurs

Sourcing money to invest in your business is a challenge for all entrepreneurs.  We will look at the different options available from state agencies both in terms of financial and other types of supports.  The talk will look at the range of grant aid from Enterprise boards, Enterprise Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and other bodies. We will also point people in the direction of where one can get information online including advice on how to go about looking for formal investments such as bank finance or investments from 3rd parties e.g. BES, Angel investors, Venture Capital etc..


Speakers
avatar for Gus Sammin

Gus Sammin

A qualified accountant with almost 20 years experience working with SMEs, Not for Profits and Multinational companies. Owner of Bradán Consulting situated in the Webworks building in Galway. Member of Fáilte Ireland's business mentor panel. Board member at Cope Galway and SpunOut.ie Passionate about business, Gaeilge, Liverpool fc, running, music and lots more


Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 2:20pm
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

Ten Challenges to Help Your Business Plan Succeed

So you have done all the hard work. You have spent time planning your business. You know your product, your people and your market. You have written a business plan but are unsure if it hits the mark. This presentation highlights key challenges that every startup promoter must answer for their business. I will synthetise my experience of working with hundreds of startups in Ireland in recent years to present the key issues that will make your business plan do what it is supposed to – get you invited back for a second meeting, and, if all goes well, raise some capital and attract some initial customers.

I have been centrally involved in developing Business Challenger our online Business Plan Review and Scoring tool. I will conclude my presentation with a ‘Start Up Quiz’. The first five correct entries to Tweet me with the correct answers will receive a Business Plan review complements of Bridgewater Management.


Speakers
avatar for Donncha Hughes

Donncha Hughes

I am passionate about working with start-up promoters to develop their business. I love Mentoring, listening to stories and helping people to address their challenges and opportunities. We deliver Start Your Own Business Programmes for Enterprise Boards in Tipperary, Clare and Limerick. We also deliver training to Enterprise Platform Programmes in Carlow and Limerick (LEAP. We will work with over 200 startups this year. I enjoy a... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 2:20pm
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

Time is More Valuable than Money

The demands of managing a business that has limited resources, while coupled with the demands to juggle the job with other aspects of life; proves to be extremely challenging. People can feel that their life is hectic, and are constantly fire-fighting. Some feel they have no choices and get stressed which leads to health problems.

In my talk I will address some of the issues above plus ways to overcome challenges. I will discuss briefly how you can focus on what you need most, what the biggest time wasters are and bring some new awareness on how to manage time.


Speakers
avatar for William Corless

William Corless

William Corless is a business and personal coach with over fifteen years experience of leading and empowering people. He combines hands on business experience in operations management in a wide variety of sectors with diplomas in Business, Engineering, Coaching, NLP, Training and Psychometrics. A mentor for the Executive MBA in NUI Galway, William is a regular contributor to print and broadcast media and has addressed the National Forum on... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 2:20pm
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

It’s all about the Marketing, Entrepreneurs!

Having  interviewed  300+ entrepreneurs for the Entrepreneur of the Year Awards programme and working with early stage ventures for nigh on 10 years-  a pattern, a formula and a roadmap is evident of the key drivers, strategies and tactics that grow a business from ‘start up’ to the eventual ‘next level’.

Greg will share the insights deduced and in particular ‘the Entrepreneurs Journey Roadmap’. Essential  for the journey is ‘brand positioning’ ; how it’s about what you do to the markets’ ‘mind’ and not the product and why it’s the key to scaling Irish entrepreneurial ventures in global markets.


Speakers
avatar for Greg Byrne

Greg Byrne

Ten years ago I developed the Entrepreneur of the Year Brand Programme for Ernst & Young in Ireland and during the course of interviewing the nominees across the complete spectrum of business I could see that - compared to the best and benchmarked across 35 countries - the achilles heel in entrepreneurship lies in the lacking of entrepreneurial marketing and brand positioning. I proceeded to write 'the book' , create the free website resource and... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 2:20pm
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

Pick your business like a Vegas poker table

I will talk about how we should put more emphsis on choosing our market before we choose our product or service within that market. 


Speakers
avatar for Michael FitzGerald

Michael FitzGerald

Founder & CEO of OnePageCRM - Simple Sales Management for Small Business - Winner of best new web application in Ireland 2010. Outside of business, it's family and GAA.


Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 2:20pm
CA003 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

1:40pm

Networking
Saturday September 10, 2011 1:40pm - 3:00pm
Friars Restaurant Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

2:20pm

Grab Radio - The Dragon’s Den Experience

This talk is based on the experience of a young Irish American company appearing on RTE’s Dragon’s Den programme. It includes the run-up to appearing on the show, the experience itself and how the show affected the business following the screening. There is also an interesting insight into the dragon’s themselves and how they lived up to the presenters expectations.

Details: Before the show…the application, interview in Dublin, the business screening process, lights camera action, the pitch -what’s shown versus what’s not!, meeting the dragons afterwards and the business 16 months on.


Speakers
avatar for Aonghus O'hEocha

Aonghus O'hEocha

Aonghus O’hEocha worked for Land Rover and BMW as a senior manager on new Mini & Range Rover projects. Having obtained a Masters Degree in Engineering Business Management form | Warwick University in the UK, Aonghus then went on to form O’hEocha Design (OHD). OHD has been at the forefront of wireless audio and speaker development working with the European Space Agency and Universities in Ireland and in the UK. OHD... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 2:20pm - 3:00pm
CA002 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

2:20pm

If I Knew Then What I Know Now

From the initial idea through to prototype building, product commercialisation, successful fundraising and beyond is a rollercoaster ride - and that is the only thing that is guaranteed! In this session, I will talk about my own experience of starting and building a business.


Speakers
avatar for Siun Ni Raghallaigh

Siun Ni Raghallaigh

Co-founder and CEO at Tunepresto. At www.tunepresto.com you can add background music to your video and use it anywhere, no copyright hassle! Passionate about tech stuff and music


Saturday September 10, 2011 2:20pm - 3:00pm
CA118 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

2:20pm

Developing Creativity: Finding your Creative Flow

Introducing the traditional idea of creativity and innovation.  Understanding the habits and patterns that stifle creativity.  The need to leave the mistake culture behind, and forge a new more dynamic approach as an entrepreneur. Pushing creativity onto a new level by finding your creative flow.  Discovering the secrets to maintaining creative flow. Taking the risk to live the life you were born to live.


Speakers
avatar for Marguerite Tonery

Marguerite Tonery

I live in Galway and travel to a number of places nationally and internationally to work with professionals in their chosen careers. I work with professional athletes and business people to reach and maintain optimum standards of performance to reach and maintain their positions at the top level of their profession. I am passionate about flow i.e. reaching and maintaining optimum physical and mental health and performance. It is all about... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 2:20pm - 3:00pm
CA001 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

2:20pm

Money for Nothing and Your Clicks for Free - How to Build Real Engagement Through Social Media.

Fans, hashtags, poking... no I'm not talking about an 80's rock concert. So, we've all heard the buzzwords and I'm sure you know your tweets from your status updates, so what we're going to cover is how to really engage your target audience in a meaningful and relevant way to ultimately convert prospective customers into sales.

  1. Get noticed
  2. Stand Out
  3. Entertain and Engage
  4. Ignite Passion
  5. Get Results

Case Studies:

  • Audi A1 launch in Ireland
  • Old Spice
  • Salthill Hotel

Speakers
avatar for Zara Sheerin

Zara Sheerin

After years of working in advertising agencies in London and Dublin, Zara has returned to Galway to establish Mint Digital marketing. Zara has led the digital strategy for global brands such as Audi, Etihad Airways and Jameson as well as great national brands like ESB and Meteor. Mint Digital is a boutique agency, delivering impactful digital strategies across social media, email, search and the web. Our clients include Galway's Salthill... Read More →


Saturday September 10, 2011 2:20pm - 3:00pm
CA003 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

2:20pm

Going Tribal

I've started two games studios, Nephin Games in 2004 and Tribal City Interactive in 2009. I will compare both startups from a founder's perspective covering aspects such as funding, business relationships, staffing, focus and sharing some of the key differences between the two and the reasons behind them. 


Speakers
avatar for Alan Duggan

Alan Duggan

Alan is founder and CEO of Tribal City Interactive where he makes games for iOS and Android. Self employed since 2000 and a techie at heart, Alan has been involved in a number of startup businesses mostly focused on mobile. Tribal City is his second games studio and his second product focused startup.


Saturday September 10, 2011 2:20pm - 3:00pm
CA004 Cairnes Building, NUI Galway

3:00pm

Panel Discussion
Saturday September 10, 2011 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Lecture Theatre Aras Moyola, NUI Galway