Network Ireland Coderdojo Event 2016

Network Ireland CoderDojo

Network Ireland Limerick will join forces with AIB to host Mary Moloney, Global CEO of CoderDojo, at the Network Ireland CoderDojo event in the Savoy Hotel, Henry Street Limerick on Wednesday 13 April 2016. Businesswomen throughout the Mid West are welcome to attend the Network Ireland CoderDojo event which is free for Network Ireland Limerick Members and for non-members on this occasion.

Network Ireland involves Business Networking for Women in Limerick. Giving women opportunities to make new business contacts through monthly networking events. Also giving women opportunities to promote their business.

A former Partner with Accenture, guest speaker Mary Moloney is responsible for CoderDojo’s operations and growth worldwide.  On April 13 she will present her top tips on innovating business and will take a look at the top technology opportunities and trends for 2016. The event starts with informal networking during a wine and canapé reception sponsored by AIB.

CoderDojo is a global network of coding clubs for young people enjoying rapid growth. With 850 coding clubs in 62 countries, CoderDojo currently reaches 40,000 kids and young people between the ages of 7 and 17 on a weekly basis.

Prior to joining CodorDojo, the Trinity College Dublin Law graduate held a number of positions at Accenture including Partner, Managing Director, CEO, COO and Talent / HR Director level. Mary is an award winning executive having received awards for Top 100 Women in STEM – Silicon Republic, Runner Up CEO of the year – Image, Tatler Woman of Influence, Computer Weekly Rising Star, Nominet Trust’s & Telefonica’s top 100 STEM listings, Irish Tourism Ambassador and Dreamforce top 10 women speakers and more.

To attend Network Ireland Limerick’s event which will take place in The Savoy Hotel Limerick on Wednesday 13 April, email [email protected]

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