Talking Point: The future is self-employment

This week, we are featuring an excerpt from a new book by serial entrepreneur Daniel Priestley, who set up his first event marketing and management business aged just 21.

3rd March, 2013
Entrepreneurialism is already firmly rooted in the Irish psyche.

This week, we are featuring an excerpt from a new book by serial entrepreneur Daniel Priestley. Priestley set up his first event marketing and management business in Australia in 2002, aged just 21.

Since then, he has launched numerous ventures in Australia, Britain and Singapore and currently runs Triumphant Events and is managing director of Ecademy.

What is interesting about his new book is the theory behind it. Priestley believes that the small business sector, as we...

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