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25th November 2014

FULL/SOLD OUT The Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster Comes to Dublin



Bressie, entrepreneurs, mentors and financial services specialists will provide insights into Irish entrepreneurship. Free event for potential entrepreneurs. Registration essential. Synergy Centre (ITT Dublin) and Bank of Ireland, 2 College Green, Dublin 2, Thursday 4th December (8.00 am – 11.45 am).




Theme: Managing the Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster

Date & Time: Thurs 4th Dec, 8am – 11.45am

Location: House of Lords, Bank of Ireland, 2 College Green, Dublin 2.

Speakers include:          

Liam McLoughlin - Bank of Ireland’s Director of Retail Banking

Bressie (Niall Breslin) - singer, songwriter, producer, triathlete and former Westmeath Gaelic Football

Catherine Goodman- mentor and executive coach with Goodman Associates

                                Ian Jones - Innopharma Labs

                                Michael Phelan - Endeco Technologies

                               Conall O’Moráin - Today FM presenter of The Business post will chair the event


Stubborn, passionate, visionary, entrepreneurs are often characterised by their calculated self-belief and their own convictions when entering into business ventures.  We’ve all heard various things about what drives them but one thing is certain, they are also calculated risk-takers and optimists. Synergy Centre (ITT Dublin) in association with Bank of Ireland announces ‘Managing the Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster ‘ - a keynote event on Thursday 4th December next at the House of Lords, Bank of Ireland College Green (8.00am – 11.00am). 

Managing the Entrepreneurship Rollercoaster is free to attend and open to the founders of New Business Start-ups. Synergy Centre Manager, Tom Rooney said, “Managing the Entrepreneur Rollercoaster is about the ups and downs of the business journey and how we can apply a better understanding of this white-knuckle-ride to our own learning.  It is about individual experiences in life where entrepreneurs often invest all they have and put everything including themselves into the journey. 

As part of its recovery, renewal and future competitiveness, Ireland needs to encourage its entrepreneurs to continue to come forward and develop their creative and innovative business ideas.   Entrepreneurslove what they do and have the passion and determination to succeed, creating businesses and jobs in the process.  Many even consider taking several rollercoaster rides!That’s exactly what this event aims to do,  to stimulate entrepreneurs to take this path and share some tips to help tackle the challenges for those already on the journey in an entertaining and lively way.”

Today FM presenter Conall O’Moráin (The Sunday Business Show) will chair this event featuring mentor and executive coach Catherine Goodman from Goodman Associates, who will present research on the Personality of the Entrepreneur.  This will be followed by some compelling individual experiences from successful entrepreneurs Ian Jones of Innopharma Labs and Michael Phelan of Endeco Technologies.   Bank of Ireland’s Director of Retail Banking, Liam McLoughlin will outline the steps involved in creating a viable business proposal for your bank.  Rounding off proceedings, singer, songwriter, producer, triathlete and former Westmeath Gaelic Football player Bressie (Niall Breslin) will provide personal insights on hurdles he has overcome during his own successful career to date.


Advance Registration is Essential (No Admission Charge applies). 

 Click here for tickets.



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