The protagonists of today’s post are, once again, two young entrepreneurial women who one day decided to create (more…)and who chose Bilbao to place their business in. Down below, I’m going to tell you a little bit about them and their creations.
I met the protagonist of this post some years ago, around September of 2013, when he started taking part inthe last genertaion of Ekin-It 2014 together with a team of wonderful entrepreneurial people who day by day show us why some day they decided to invest their time in participating in a program that, in our protagonist’s words, achieved:
“To awaken the dream I knew I had, but I couldn’t find.”
Our protagonist of the day lives in Sopuerta, a small town of Biscay. She is a young woman, mother of two, who has been strating up business since 2006. For me, without any doubt, she is an entrepreneurial woman but, as she says, working with “picks and shovels” (a Spanish expression). A woman who has experienced in first person the ups and downs like the ones from a Ferris wheel, which is how we identify the entrepreneurial adventure.
Do you want to know her? (more…)
Later than I expected but here I am and I hope the news I bring you today are of your interest. Today’s post has to do with innovation, social entrepreneurship, innovative projects, real problems, challenges and possibilities to work for the common good.
Let’s start. (more…)
This week I’ve been in some acts that have reminded me how important the entrepreneurial spirit is in our day to day to move forward, to change if necessary, to achieve what we want, to make a difference and to make our dreams come true.
That’s why today I bring you some thoughts about the so-called entrepreneurial spirit and what it helps us to achieve, if we “put our foot into it”.
Have you ever thought about what the entrepreneurial spirit is?
I admit that it is the first time that I think carefully on it. But it is not the first time I refer to it when I talk about entrepreneurship and the person, indeed.
The fact is that this weekend I started thinking about how we could define the so-called entrepreneurial spirit, which, I assure you, is something fundamental for the entrepreneur. Will you accompany me?