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Startup Ireland - where no women need apply

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Niall O’Dowd recently called for a Minister for Diaspora, which isn’t a bad idea. 

Any entrepreneur, Sean O’Sullivan included, would tell you that successfully starting something is about being bold and doing something different. I hope that, like all startups, this report is just the first iteration. To continue the conversation we should leverage the Startup Ireland group as a means to gather big ideas from the Irish startup community. 

After all, as Reid Hoffman tells us, if you’re happy with your first product you have launched too late. 

Looking forward to Entrepreneurship Forum 2.0, with dare I say it, 50 percent female participation…  

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