Once again I was blown away by the level of entrepreneurship, dedication and passion that these young entrepreneurs exhibit!
I made a new video about how I think we need to be a bit more careful about what language we use when we speak with both boys and girls…
With a whole range of mixed emotions… From Madrid Barajas airport – my last video from Spain after an amazing year of living in this fantastic city.
Last week in Frankfurt I had the pleasure of meeting some of the best student entrepreneurs from around the world.
I’ve been involved with the GSEA (gsea.org) for the last four years and every time I meet these #studentpreneurs I am blown away by their passion and enthusiasm to make the world a better place.Read More
I’m in Valencia at the moment enjoying the Falles festival.
It’s a fantastic festival with an interesting history and incredible works of art all over the city that get burned down at the end of the celebrations!
We had the Irish final of the GSEA (Global Student Entrepreneur Awards) in the GEC again this year. It was a fantastic event with Seo Linn kicking things off before having the tough job of picking between four great female entrepreneurs to represent Ireland in the global finals in Frankfurt.
Google Campus Madrid is a cool co-working space for startups and budding entrepreneurs. The space is really comfortable with ridiculously fast free WiFi!
If you’re in Madrid and you’re looking for somewhere with great energy to try out your new idea, come down to the Google Campus for a coffee…
So I’m about half way through my year in Madrid with the family.
This morning I thought I’d share some of my thoughts so far and what I’d still like to do before we return home to our “normal life” in Dublin.
1. Drawing and selling comics – loved it
In 3rd class – around 8 or 9 years old. I was probably selling comics for 5p but photocopying them in my parents office to the cost of around 35p per comic – I’ve improved my grasp on economics since!Read More