1st Friday Brekkie

1st Friday Brekkie

DDDA Building, Friday 3rd May 2019

This month 1st Friday Brekkie will be joined by Ciaran Flynn, CEO at ChildPaths.

Ciaran developed, with colleagues, a software package that creates a digital footprint of each child’s early education. This connects childcare providers and parents through real-time communication, keeping them updated on their child’s welfare and development.The app helps early years educators to work quicker and smarter cutting down on the amount of time spent reporting with pen and paper and in turn giving them more time to spend on what’s most important, the children. The business already has thousands of paying customers and is looking to expand outside of Ireland.

Come along and hear Ciaran's insightful talk on Friday 3rd May 2019 at 8:00am.

Register and join us for coffee (or tea!) and breakfast bites.


Date:
Friday 3rd May 2019
Time:
8.00am - 10.00am
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Custom House Quay, D01 KF84, Ireland

Google Map of Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Custom House Quay, D01 KF84, Ireland

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