Life | 2 weeks ago

Worth checking out...

Are you a young person interested in the business and technology world? Well, this will be right up your street.

There's a teen entrepreneurship conference called ArlixMeet Dublin taking place in DIT on Friday, August 4 from 10am until 4pm.

It's free to attend so you've no excuse, as long as you get tickets.

ArlixMeet is a series of conferences which take place all around the world for teens that are interested in business or technology. Anyone can attend and hear some world class speakers share their stories.

The aim is to inspire the next generation of people who will be running the world of tomorrow and give them the expertise that they may need to get their idea or plan into action.

Attendees can learn from a panel of speakers, some of which are teen entrepreneurs themselves or were teen entrepreneurs when they were younger.

You can find out more about ArlixMeet on their website here, and you can purchase tickets for the event here.

You don't need to bring ID and there is no minimum age requirement however if you are under 18 you will need your parent/guardian to send and return a consent form. You should automatically be sent one when you fill out the form but if not please email the Ireland support team: support-ie@arlixmeet.com

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