by Keith Killilea
The Art of Conscious Communication - Start up Xommunication
The world has undergone change starting from pandemia, from new ways of working, adapting to working from home, motivating ourselves to dress professionally, minding our wellness and mindset a void has come up when it comes to communicating consciously. The focus of this 4 series event is to remind us of better communication even if it is from behind a screen.
In this series:
3rd Feb Senator Keith Killilea
Senator Keith Killilea- Keith have been involved in the Web Technology and Video Games Development industries since 1994. Experience with Startups, Project Management, Business, Sales and Team Building. At 16 years old, Keith had 11 video games released and worked for American game development companies during his early years with a total of 35 video games developed on PC & Consoles.
He has also worked on 500+ Web Development projects, various Apps, and founded a few technology companies including an Internet Gaming Centre in the heart of Galway City. Currently CTO of BaseWorx Technologies (Co-Working & Remote Hybrid Software) and CTO of Gaido Limited (Web Development and R&D product lines, including the JCW Platform for JCI). Keith continues to develop video games on the side for the PC / Consoles market.
In JCI, Keith has been a member for 10 years with holding the Local President office of JCI Galway in 2016 & 2019. National Director of JCI Ireland for two years in 2019 & 2020. Represented JCI Ireland in the European Debating Championships, National Conference Director in 2018 and founded the JCI Techgate Technology Conference in 2014. Keith has traveled the globe with European, Asia and World Conferences as well supported various International members across JCI on their projects. In 2020, Keith received Senator status as a lifelong member of Junior Chamber International for his contributions locally & beyond.
Zoom link will be emailed out on the day of the event.
Thursday, 03 February 2022
19:00 - 20:30 GMT
Connected Hubs, Dillon House, Ballaghaderreen, Roscommon, F45 WY26, Ireland