"We can create what we want to create, we just have to make the choice to be curious enough to start ..."
- Spoiltchild LimitedCEO of Spoiltchild, present
- Meath County Council
- Millennium Court Arts Centre
Mary Carty is a creative entrepreneur. CEO of BAFTA nominated agency Spoiltchild.com. Over the past ten years she has built a startup and run a digital agency. Carty is passionate about building long-term, profitable businesses whose core product or service comes from creative practices. She mentors games startups, helping them scale and source investment, while selling and communicating their story from day one. If you ever find yourself in Dublin, make sure to give her a shout. Connect on Twitter @marycarty or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more on her blogwww.marycarty.com
- University of Ulster
- Limerick School of Art and Design
- Galway Mayo Institute of Technology
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