Today marked the launch of strategic plans for two Cork communities, Carrigtwohill and Passage West by the Mayor of County Cork, Cllr. Declan Hurley. Read the news here: www.secad.ie/town-village/... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday was the 8th and final day of the personal development sessions for our Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network at SECAD in Midleton.
At the final session for aspiring female entrepreneurs, each student showcased a product or service that they have been developing for sale. It was a wonderful morning seeing all the ideas come to life in the presentations.
Some positive feedback from WREN participants so far:
''Being part of a group of other women gave me the confidence to start my project''
''I have learned to value my time, my business and my own personal development and also how important this is for me.''
The next step for WREN students is business skills training in January 2018 at The Rubicon Centre Cork Institute of Technology - CIT. The students will continue to be supported by SECAD during this second half of the WREN programme. Best wishes to all on their entrepreneurial journey! ... See MoreSee Less