12th February 2019

Posted In: FYI

Primed4Business has today announced the launch of their innovative series of Ted talk length videos. Hosted by Vincent Wall of Newstalk, Primed4Business shares real-life business stories from Ireland’s diverse Entrepreneurs, aimed to inspire the next generation to consider starting their own business and craft their own career.

The not-for-profit series created by Co-Founders Colin Culliton, The TPI Group and John Moore, 3d4 Medical, aims to provide practical insights and advice for anyone interested, or thinking about, starting a business. And they want YOU to watch and to be inspired.

The series feature exclusive interviews with of some of Ireland’s most successful business owners including the likes of Freshly Chopped’s Brian Lee, Beats Medical’s Ciara Clancy and Avoca’s Simon Pratt. The Entrepreneurs tell their stories and give first-hand honest accounts of the highs and lows of their careers. They open up about their motivation, their challenges, their disappointments, their failures and successes of starting their own business ‘empires’ of varied size and shape.

Commenting on the announcement, Colin Culliton said “We are very pleased to be announcing the launch of Primed4Business. It started as an idea on a bus in Boston and it took a while, but we now have what we wanted. Real stories from a diverse range of Entrepreneurs who did what so many think about and so few try, starting their own business”

John Moore said “There are many good people out there who feel like square pegs in round holes. In our schools, in our colleges and in the world of work. I know I didn’t feel I fully fitted in until I was leading my own team and a driving a business. We want viewers of Primed4Business to be entertained and to be inspired to start a business”.

The series is available online and the second episode with Ciara Clancy from Beats Medical (pictured) is now live. Primed4Business will release a new episode every week until early April.

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