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A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead
People often ask me what BizCamp is. An unconference. What’s that? Quite simply: it’s a labour of love.
Congratulations to the BorderBizCamp team; the day was brilliant, every detail was attended to and operations ran like a well oiled machine. The speakers were outstanding, the range and quality was excellent.
It was as it should be everywhere. A small group of motivated and determined business people took what works best about their relationships with each other, the local enterprise agency and the M:TEK location and modeled it for the world. You genuinely brought the best out in everyone.
Thank you also to the Monaghan Enterprise Agency staff for volunteering on the day; business is business and I have often heard it said that agencies “don’t get it”.
Not this MEA team; look at enterprise defined and it could be seen in the energy and enthusiasm of every volunteer.
[ √] A project undertaken, especially one that is important or difficult or that requires boldness or energy;
[ √] The participation in such projects;
[ √] A company organised for commercial purposes
[ √] Boldness or readiness in undertaking; adventurous spirit; ingenuity.
Among the synonyms suggested:
[ √] plan, undertaking, venture
[ √] drive, aggressiveness, push, ambition
They definitely ticked those boxes.
Thank you to the sponsors who fed us and to the young volunteers. In the end it’s about the children. They watched more than 100 people come together to create a prosperity to allow for enough jobs on this island. They’re entitled not to have to leave home!