Inspirefest 2018 comes to Dublin on June 21 and 22. It’s an event where science, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM) enthusiasts gather at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre for two days of inspiration.
With more than 60 speakers already booked, Inspirefest 2018 has announced a further six speakers to inspire and educate attendees.
Naomi McMahon (pictured above) is senior vice-president and head of strategic marketing and partnerships at Universal Music Group and Brands (UMGB). She oversees the development of digital and experiential music platforms, integrated marketing, and campaigns for a wide range of global brands. Her talk on Friday will be about where tech and art meet.
Dr Imelda Lambkin
Dr Imelda Lambkin is the national director for Horizon 2020 at Enterprise Ireland, where she works with European advisers from 10 Irish research agencies to help build links between them and the EU research and innovation programme. She will be talking about the need for global research.
Previously the CEO at successful startup Estify, Rochelle Thielen is now one of the key figures behind the growing automotive and insurtech startup community. Her talk will discuss the future of the motoring sector.
Maureen Taylor returns to Inspirefest this year to talk about communicating effectively and impressively. She is the CEO and co-founder of SNP Communications and is very passionate about helping others share their stories more effectively.
CEO at Deutsche Bank Service Centre, Sheamus Causer has a wealth of knowledge and invaluable expertise in business transformation and analytics, which will be discussed during his talk.
Phillip Bromwell is one of Ireland’s leading video journalists with RTÉ and has enjoyed a really successful career over the last twenty years. He records and edits all his own work and will be discussing the transformation of the media, with a particular onus on mobile journalism.
To book your place at Inspirefest, go here.