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Dungannon student Clara's award winning invention showcased in USAPosted: 25/05/2017

Dungannon Enterprise Centre's video production service was delighted to help a budding young entrepreneur whose invention for storing mobile phone cables earned her a major award and an all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles.

Clara Deehan, a student of St Joseph's Grammar in Donaghmore, won the  Broadcom MASTERS International Award for her project, ‘Mobile Phone Tidy Plus’, an all in one mobile phone holder solution and a place on the International Program at Intel ISEF, a prestigious science and engineering fair.

The Broadcom showcase celebrates the achievements of young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) and centres on an exhibition of innovative and exciting science projects, based around real world problems and carried out by students from schools across the island of Ireland.

The event was organised by Sentinus, an educational charity working with more than 50,000 young people each year, from schools and colleges across Northern Ireland, delivering programmes that promote engagement in STEM and support the development of scientific and technological skills.

On the day, exhibitions of project work from primary, post-primary and further education students were displayed and judged by industry experts who volunteer their time as part of a commitment to progress the STEM agenda for Northern Ireland.

And ahead of her trip to the US, Dungannon Enterprise Centre and Purple Dot Videos helped Clara with a video explaining her product, to be shown at the LA event.

Everyone at Dungannon Enterprise Centre would like to wish Clara continued success with her enterprising skills and no doubt she will be a force to be reckoned with in years to come!


Purple Dot Videos to deliver Movie Making Workshop in DungannonPosted: 24/05/2017

Did you know that in 2017, online video will account for 74 percent of all internet traffic, and that, already 55 percent of people watch videos online every day?

According to marketing experts like, social media is where video is growing the fastest, with 500 million people watching Facebook videos every day, and 82 percent of Twitter users watching video content on Twitter.

But video is growing in the business world too, with 75 percent of business executives watching online video every week.

As a result, 69 percent of marketing, sales and business professionals have used video marketing, and another 31 percent are planning to.

And, while professional, high quality, corporate videos can be expensive, it is possible for businesses to take the lead and produce engaging and shareable videos themselves, using nothing more than a smartphone.

In this practical, interactive training workshop, Niamh MacAuley, Video Production Officer with Purple Dot Videos, will show you how to use your phone to record marketing videos to promote your business, product or event.

The workshop will take place over three hours at Dungannon Enterprise Centre on Thursday, 1st June, 2017, and tickets cost £30 plus VAT.

You can reserve your place at the workshop using this link

Website: Concept NI Web Solutions

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