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Techstars’ Startup Week Dublin, powered by Dublin City Council, has announced the schedule of free events taking place across Dublin city venues from the 19th - 23rd of November.

As part of Techstars’ Startup Week Dublin, powered by Dublin City Council, the Law Society of Ireland is hosting a fireside chat with a range of very successful solicitor entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs will discuss their journey into entrepreneurship and is a must for anyone interested in entrepreneurship. The event will be chaired by solicitor CEO and co-founder of Flawless.tech, Emmet Creighton. Flawless.tech is a software company providing solicitors and estate agents with digital tools to improve the communication around property sales and is one of the most promising startups in Ireland today. Emmet will facilitate the panel discussion as well as providing his perspective on the very early stages of making the transition from solicitor to founding a high growth startup.

Startup Week Dublin has over 30 confirmed panels, workshops and mentoring sessions across the city, with more to be added in the run-up to the series of free events.

Entrepreneurs, startups, community facilitators and those interested in starting their own business are encouraged to review the schedule and register for events before they fill up.

“If you’ve been thinking about beginning a startup, wanting to jump into a high growth company or running your own company then Startup Week Dublin is designed for you as it showcases the people and places that can help you take that next best step”, Gene Murphy, E.I.R., Bank of Ireland and Co-Organiser of Startup Week Dublin.

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