Dylan Markey, from Dundalk, and a Law & Business degree student in Maynooth University, runner up in the A&L Goodbody Bold Ideas Student Innovation Award 2017, pictured at the prize-giving ceremony
A 21-year-old student from Dundalk has been announced as a runner-up in the A&L Goodbody Bold Ideas Student Innovation Award.
Dylan Markey, a Law & Business degree student at Maynooth University, was commended for his proposal to establish a crowdsourcing business called '
The local student's idea aims to help Irish businesses ahead of the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) next year.
The A&L Goodbody has held the Bold Ideas competition saw over 1,200 members of the public cast their vote on Facebook for their
John Whelan, Partner
Dylan and fellow runner-up Áine McCarthy from Trinity College Dublin both received iPad minis for their innovative ideas. As a first prize winner, Conor Leavy received €4,000 in cash and an internship in A&L Goodbody’s Head Office in Dublin.The firm will also make a donation to a charity of his/her choice.