We are delighted to announce the latest instalment of Tech Thursday, Kilkenny. #SmartCities: What makes a city ‘smart’ and how do we design and build one that works for everyone. 7 – 9:30 pm, Thursday 28 September 2017, The Set Theatre, John Street, Kilkenny. Read more
Tech Thursday Kilkenny had been running for only 15 months and is going from strength to strength. We've decided to put together an infographic highlighting the story so far. Over 30 tech companies involved from all over Ireland and 700 participants. Tech Thursday is putting Kilkenny on the map for enterprise led design and tech innovation. Read more
Travel Tech is moving fast and we are very excited to bring you news of the next #TechThursdayKK event. This will be epic, with a few surprises in the mix!
We will present insights into the growing Travel Tech economy in Ireland.
Introduction to proceedings by host of #TechThursdayKK John Cleere
Our June Tech Thursday focused on software as a service (SaaS) companies. SaaS is essentially a software delivery model where the software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. You don’t physically get a product but you do get cloud based access to its services. Dropbox, Netflix and Amazon Prime are good examples of consumer uses of SaaS; you pay monthly so you can access the benefits and any updates as they roll out. Read more
June 14, 2017 - Comments Off on SaaS in Kilkenny, building a formula for success
There are a growing number of Saas companies in Kilkenny, from startups to established businesses with a global outlook. Learn from industry experts as they share their insights and experiences about digital transformation, design and the future of business in Kilkenny.
Join us as we explore the current status of Kilkenny in this industry, but with a twist!
Our March 2017 event focused on the future of high street retail. With poor Christmas sales a growing concern for Irish retailers and Irish consumers now spending over €150m between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we discussed what proactive approaches high street retailers could adopt to develop their businesses and grow their customers.