Mark O’Loughlin also talks about people laughing at his business idea to sell synthetic grass in Ireland.
This communications guru delivers a masterclass in how to handle negative comments online.
Tour America’s Mary McKenna also talks about how no one believed in her business 20 years ago.
The art is in ensuring your message is remembered long after the words are forgotten.
After time in Denmark, Julie O’Donnell returned to Ireland to set up a digital agency for the health sector.
This designer delivers a masterclass in how artists can turn their passion into a business.
Happy Pear’s Stephen Flynn also talks about why failure is ‘fabulous’.
The issue has rarely been out of the headlines in recent months.
This entrepreneur talks about how a job in a computer repair shop led him into his own business.
This digital expert delivers a masterclass in building a ‘content strategy’.
Freshly Chopped boss Brian Lee also talks about juggling family life with the business world.
Giving effective feedback means sometimes you need to stop worrying about being liked.
There’s no place for complacency when it comes to a company boardroom.
Galway’s Sylvester Neylon tells how he started his own cleaning company, which now employs 550 people.
This company director delivers a masterclass in meeting customers overseas.
Niall Fortune of Eddie Rocket’s talks about working in a laundry and why he’d hire Mattress Mick.
Sligo-based Declan Sweeney talks about coming back to Ireland to set up a business.
This financial services pro delivers a masterclass in how SMEs can avoid being left unpaid.
Airsynergy boss Gerry Butler also talks about putting up with plonkers.
Firms can be turned off by the idea of filling in reams of forms – but the rewards can make it worthwhile.