Exit Entry is a software spin-in company based at DCU that has developed a science-based soft skills and interests measuring system for students to showcase their talents (in all forms) and connect directly with employers for work opportunities.
Employers compete globally to identify and access the best talent for their graduate and internship opportunities. Today, the process is driven by a one-dimensional view of talent, hard skills in the form of grades which allows companies to miss out on other important indicators of rare talent, whereas Exit Entry’s advanced talent profiling combines human interaction with AI.
Exit Entry provides a platform for:
- Students to showcase the full spectrum of their talent (soft skills, interests, hard skills, experience, achievements etc.)
- Employers to identify and filter student talent earlier and more efficiently
- Direct communication between students and employers
- Access to an efficient workflow to manage the process
For Universities, Exit Entry provides a framework in order to grow student’s talent pools, collate and track results, drive coursework enhancement. It allows for an increased probability of students accessing the best programmes.
Exit Entry has developed global partnerships and relationships which enable the business to grow into a global student community of opportunity. Exit Entry has also secured multinational and paying corporate customers from diverse sectors prior to launch and is working with them to gain insight and traction in the marketplace. Exit Entry has an initial addressable market of circa 2 Billion and is in the process of building a billion-dollar global business.
Exit Entry’s team consists of: Lewize Crothers (CEO and Founder), Kieran Walkin (Co-Founder and CTO), Niall Doran (Chairman), Pat Caslin (CFO), Adam Winkelmann (Director of Sales), Professor Finian Buckley, Dr. Gerry Fahey, Dr. Clodagh Butler, Johann Issartel (Associate Prof), Mark Glynn.