Tuesday June 2, 2020

An experience like no other

Take 24 of Ireland’s most prominent entrepreneurs, pair them with 24 of Ireland’s brightest up-and- coming entrepreneurs and subject them to 24 hours of intense mentoring. The results can be life-changing, as Pete Smyth of Broadlake explains

4th March, 2018
Karl Murray of Kotanical

In the coming weeks, a large number of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs will gather for the annual pilgrimage that is the Entrepreneur Experience. The location of the 2018 Experience is the retreat-like setting of Ballymaloe House in Co Cork. The annual event, now in its eighth year, has helped more than 200 emerging entrepreneurs to scale their businesses to date.

While the location is tranquil, the agenda is demanding. The format is simple: take 24 of...

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