A Solid Step in Irish MediaTech Start-Up Engager’s Aspirations to be the Market Leading SocialTV Measurement Provider Worldwide.
Irish MediaTech company Engager and TAM Ireland today announce their partnership for SocialTV audience measurement in the Irish market. Broadca Read More
In early January 2017, it was announced that Engager was accepted onto the Google Adopt A Start-Up Programme. We were very excited to attend the launch party on the top floor of Google HQ Dublin; the room was filled with start-ups and mentors (along with mini cheese burgers) sowe knew this experience was going to be something special. Read More
Celebrity Big Brother could be Ireland bound as Coco Television acquire the rights to the world famous TV show. Rumour has it TV3 are on the cusp of securing the rights from Coco Television meaning it could be hitting our screens sooner than we may think. Read More
Engager has been named as one of the eight grand finalists for this years Google Adopt a Start Up programme. The team took part in a number of lectures and workshops at Google HQ Dublin throughout the 12 week programme which covered topics such as Awards & Goal Setting, Analytics, Design Thinking and Presentation Skills. The programme included dedicated Google mentors who worked hands on with the Engager team on Audience Development and Market Strategy. Read More
Last week Engager’s COO Aisling took to the front of the class to take part in BizWorld Ireland’s workshop at Thornleigh Educate Together National School in Swords.
BizWorld Ireland is a not-for-profit organisation that promote entrepreneurship skills for young people. Read More
Engager are delighted to announce that we are part of this years Google Adopt a Start-up programme. Each start-up will receive 12 weeks of hands-on mentoring, and access to exclusive lectures and workshops. The lecture series will be held at the Google offices, with the grand final at Google’s EMEA HQ on 6 April.
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“The 22 shortlisted companies for next year’s AIB Start-Up Academy were announced today. After over 450 applications were initially received, the judges have been working over the past few weeks to whittle down their longlist of 76 companies to 22 who have made it through to the shortlist.” Read More