Book an Appointment

Here at LaunchPad at Trinity we offer year round support and guidance for individuals interested in initiating ideas, innovation and entrepreneurship.

You can book an appointment with a dedicated mentor for confidential advice on a business idea, social enterprise endeavour or any initiative you wish to be realised. Please read more on our mentors below and when you're ready feel free to book an appointment!

Lastly, you must first have signed up to LaunchPad before you can book an appointment and if you have a startup or venture please register it here before you book your appointment.

john whelan - Book here! 

PhD Physics, founder of a three start ups - rode the internet bubble and settled down with the third which was most successful which traded for 9 years with sales averaging over €1m per year. More recently consultant to Vodafone Ireland for one year and then in 2008 became Technology Transfer Case Manager at Trinity College, Dublin responsible for commercialisation of IT/web research. 

I am now Executive Director of Trinity's College's startup accelerator LaunchBox also Executive Director of Blackstone LaunchPad at Trinity College Dublin.

Stu fergus - book here!

I'm the program manager for LaunchPad here in Trinity, essentially I help introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career option by supporting new ideas and student ventures. My background is in technology operations and startup community development, I worked for Facebook before joining Trinity and before that I was in Twitter and Google, in the YouTube division.

I helped establish Startup Weekend in Google running two main events. I have also participated in a number of accelerators and programs with my own ideas.

alison treacy - book here!

I'm the programme manager of LaunchBox, Trinity’s summer accelerator for student startups, which means I work with, help, support and advise students interested in starting their own company or social enterprise from pre-application stage, all the way to the end of the LaunchBox programme, and beyond.

I have worked in universities in Ireland and abroad on strategic projects around innovation and employability for over four years now. A Trinity graduate myself, I love the work that we do, and I want to meet with and hear from students who have an idea they're passionate about, and see how we can help them to progress it.