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New event to connect jobseekers with tech companies

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Feb 2016. Posted in Technology

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A new event is to take place on February 16th which is designed to connect jobseekers with some of Ireland’s most innovative tech companies. 
 
'UpStarter' is also aimed at anyone in the process of setting up a new company who is looking to find a co-founder. Over 300 Co-Founders, Developers, Marketers, Designers and Students have already registered for the first event on February 16th in Dublin’s 4 Dame Lane.
 
The event was set up by Sean Judge, Founder of UniTuition and Accenture Entrepreneur in Residence. Companies who will be in attendance at the event and who are recruiting include - Bizimply, NewsWhip, Opsh, HubSpot, FlipDish, UniTuition, Elm Solutions, Dynamic Res and Super Pixel. 

All the companies with stands are hiring for a variety of positions including Operations Managers, Digital Content Managers, UI Developers, Software Engineers, Project Managers & Summer Interns.
 
Founder of UniTuition and Accenture Entrepreneur in Residence, Sean Judge said, "The response to UpStarter has been phenomenal. There’s huge demand from startups for help in finding employees and interns for a variety of positions at different levels.

"On the other side, we have people queuing up to get work with some of Ireland’s most innovative companies. Uniquely, this event also provides a platform for those setting up new companies to find a co-founder. We’re already oversubscribed for this event and planning the next one in April."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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