To mark St Patrick’s Day the ADAPT Centre along with a host of other companies and organisations will take part in number of virtual trade events in the United States on 16th and 17th March. Hosted by Enterprise Ireland, the Irish Government’s trade and innovation agency, US companies will have the opportunity to virtually network with members of ADAPT and discover about how our research is driving AI empowered digital technologies.
Speaking about the event, Director of Commercialisation Declan McKibben said: “Research, innovation and new technologies are playing such an important role in how we communicate, live and work. We have a proven track record in helping organisations leverage world class research to keep pace with AI technology innovation. Our multidisciplinary and professional team has enabled industry partners to discover and realise ground-breaking capabilities in automation, business information and customer interaction. We are looking forward to the St Patrick’s Day events to connect with existing and connect with a host of new ones.”
Today (16th March) the Tánaiste will speak with Lt Governor Eleni Kounalakis of California as part of an Enterprise Ireland event involving a number of companies from the Bay Area. The event will start at 3pm Irish time or 9am Californian time and registration is online at https://hopin.com/events/st-patrick-s-day
For St Patrick’s Day tomorrow the Tánaiste and the Governor of Washington, Lt Gov Denny Heck will participate in another EI event focussing on the Ireland-US trade relationship in the wider Seattle area. That event will start at 4pm Irish time or 9am in Washington State with networking following between 5.30pm Irish time or 10.30am in Washinton State. Registration is at https://hopin.com/events/st-patrick-s-day-2021
Share this article: