Updated: CWIT, in partnership with BT and the Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE), hosted a Tech Starter event, called ‘Bright Futures in Technology’, at the BTYSTE on the 6th of January 2021 at 7pm.
If you didn’t make the event, you can watch the recording (see below). We hope you get inspired from our wonderful panel.
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/bright-futures-in-technology-tech-starter-panel-discussion-at-the-btyste-tickets-129474470627
CWIT, in partnership with BT and the Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE), are hosting a Tech Starter event, called ‘Bright Futures in Technology’, at the BTYSTE on the 6th of January 2021 at 7pm. Join us for a panel discussion where you can hear from change makers who are building a better future for our world through their passion for innovation and technology. The event will be emceed by Ann O’Dea, CEO of Silicon Republic, and our excellent panel of special guests includes previous BTYSTE award winners, entrepreneurs and problem solvers who have made their mark in the tech industry. They will share their journeys, and their learnings, to inspire the younger generation to enter tech in the future by shedding a light on the possibilities within the industry.
BTYSTE made the spectacular pivot to go fully virtual in January 2021, to continue to provide young people with an opportunity to showcase their STEM ideas for creating a better future. BT has designed and built a new portal for the 2021 exhibition that is free to access for guests, and where our Tech Starter event will be hosted. You can register for Tech Starter here, and BTYSTE here. Don’t forget to visit the CWIT stand at the Exhibition in January too.
We look forward to seeing you in January!
Tech Starter: Bright Futures in Technology @ BTYSTE
Date & Time
6th January 2021, 7pm-8pm
Teams Live (register here)
- Hila Meller, BT
- Edel Browne, Accenture and Free Feet Medical
- Abdul Abubakar, Ericsson
- Dr. Sahar Alialy, Intel
- MC: Ann O’Dea, CEO, Silicon Republic and Founder, Future Human