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TechBrew - Software Success in the US – Do’s and Dont’s

Date:
Thursday 14th September 2017
 
Time:
19:00 - 21:00
 
Venue:
4 Dame Lane
 
Cost:
Attendance is free*, but booking** is essential
 
Event Code:
SS71-91
 
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TechBrew is an informal gathering of software company management and technology leaders, getting together to chat over a bite and a beer.

 

For leaders, investors and advisors in tech companies: Founders, Advisors, Mentors, Programme Leaders, Investors or anyone supporting the growth of the Technology Sector

 

Thursday 14th September

4 Dame Lane

7.00pm - 9.00pm

 

Theme

“Software Success in the US – Do’s and Dont’s”

 

Is there a success playbook for the US Market?

Is there a success playbook for the US Market?

 

  • Does your company have the potential of cracking the USA, the largest tech market in the world?
  • What does it take for your type of company to start, build and be successful in the market?
  • Are you ready to compete with the most competitive tech market? What does it take to win?
  • Is it different for SME and Enterprise Solutions in selling into the USA?
  • Is market entry different today than 10 or 20 years ago? What has changed and why?

 

Hear from 3 speakers and open discussion covering views from Experienced Tech CEOs, Startup and Early Stage Tech CEOs, former Tech Startup founders, Private Investors and more…

 

How do you win your first customers?

What is the minimum to start?

What investment should you consider?

How should you approach the market? Direct Sales or through local partners?

…and more…!

 

This event is proudly brought to you by Technology Ireland and is sponsored by the Technology Ireland Software Skillnet.

 

Bookings
*Capacity is limited & priority will be given to technology companies.
**Only after an confirmation email has been received is your booking request confirmed.