Tags: Fear of losing professional careers

Get to know the Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC), our headquarters for FACE Dublin

Get to know the Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC), our headquarters for FACE Dublin

FACE Entrepreneurship

Next Thursday, February 4th we’re celebrating our FACE Dublin: What about my future? Event from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm at the Guinness Enterprise Centre-GEC (Taylor’s Lane, Dublin 8.)  But… do you know what the Guinness Enterprise Centre is?  Do you know how to get there?  What you can see along the way?  What the event will be about?  

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FACE London

If you weren’t an entrepreneur…

FACE Entrepreneurship

During out last entrepreneurship event that was held in London, we had the privilege to be joined by great entrepreneurs like Andrew J. Scott, Rhona Togher and Stéphane Gantchev.  Among other things, these young business owners told us what they’d be doing if they weren’t entrepreneurs.  You’ll be surprised by some of their responses!  What about you? What would you be doing if you weren’t an entrepreneur? Tell us and you could win a trip to Dublin! 

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Finding a need in the sector you’re passionate about is the key to launching your business

Finding a need in the sector you’re passionate about is the key to launching your business

FACE Entrepreneurship

Starting a business is a life changing decision for those who do it. All of the entrepreneurs we’ve interviewed up to now, which have been a few dozen, have agreed on that fact.  With its joys and sorrows, moments of success and failure, the experience of starting up is especially challenging. So what leads someone to embark on this roller coaster of feelings, doubts and fears? Let’s find out. 

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Ruxandra Creosteanu from Babele

Dispelling social myths: Starting up can also help improve your résumé

FACE Entrepreneurship

Among the many doubts and questions that crowd the minds of first-time entrepreneurs, one of the most common has to do with their future professional career. What about my career if the venture doesn’t turn out well? Although the world of entrepreneurship has growing social and institutional support, there are still stigmas that need to be broken, like the idea that failing at a startup will make it difficult or impossible to find work in the private sector. False. 

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