Student entrepreneurs are the future of education, says president
Student entrepreneurs and their businesses are the key to the future success of Ireland’s economy, and the next generation of young people will have to do a lot more to become the future, President Michael D Higgins has said.
He said Ireland’s innovative entrepreneurial culture is “the key to economic success”.
“The world has always known that the entrepreneurial spirit is the engine of economic growth,” he said at a recent visit to Ireland.
“The Irish entrepreneur is the future.
We have to be the future and make sure we are able to create that future.”
There are some of the greatest entrepreneurs in the world, the likes of the Ford Motor Company, General Motors, PepsiCo, Intel, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Facebook are all in our portfolio.
“But they are not all of us.
Mr Higgins said the key was the right attitude and attitude of the young and to encourage them to be “the future” of the economy. “
I am talking to the young people in our communities who have created the businesses, and these are the ones who are going to be driving our economic future.”
Mr Higgins said the key was the right attitude and attitude of the young and to encourage them to be “the future” of the economy.
You don’t just come here, you go out, you learn and learn, and you do your homework and you learn from people and you put your own work on the line. “
It is a hard road.
You can’t just take it and go on and do what you want to do. “
That is the way it has to be.
You can’t just take it and go on and do what you want to do.
You have to have a positive attitude and a determination to be successful, and I think that is what I am seeing in the young entrepreneurs.”
The President also discussed the issue of the Irish economy, including the importance of apprenticeships and the impact of Brexit on the country’s future.
He also spoke about a recent research that found Ireland has the world’s second highest proportion of unemployed people, and that many of those are students.