Wednesday January 29, 2020

No-nonsense mentoring in entrepreneur bootcamp

The Entrepreneur Experience pairs veterans and rookies in guff-free' learning sessions, writes Philip Connolly.

13th April, 2014
Pete Smyth, chief executive, Broadlake.

In an application form submitted to the organisers of the Entrepreneur Experience, a 24-hour event, which took place in Co Cork last weekend, one entrepreneur bemoaned the ''BS start-up, bring your dog to work on a Friday guff.

With startup networking events more and more common, many business people have been left unsatisfied by the type of aspirational self-help philosophy that has permeated start-up culture.

As the entrepreneur put it, ''I want to listen to...

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