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Entrepreneurship thriving at IADT

A new phone charging service, WattSpot, founded by two Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) students, Conor Nolan and Conor McGowan, recently launched its new website on IADT’s campus. WattSpot aims to tackle battery consumpti

22nd February, 2015
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Conor McGowan and Conor Nolan, IADT students and founders of the new phone-charging service WattSpot, at the launch of the new WattSpot.ie website.

“Businesses benefit from the incentive for customers to enter their establishment to charge their phones for free. Sales increase and the overall customer experience is elevated. Everyone’s a winner. It’s simple,” said Nolan, who came up with the concept.

WattSpot, which is just one example of the entrepreneurial environment being fostered at IADT, started a few months ago and is now available in establishments such as the Insomnia Coffee...

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