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Neo Ireland, What We Do

June 11, 2015

NEO3Finalmodfyslider“Sowing the seeds of prosperity” is about preparing people to fully participate in the “new” economy. There may be few jobs in the traditional sense, but there is plenty of work. Up-skilling and re-skilling may be required, confidence building and support for that process cannot be underestimated.

There are upwards of 20,000 tech jobs currently unfilled on the island of Ireland. Our schools do not offer a curriculuum to prepare young people for those careers. The private sector must drive programs that do. It is estimated that 70% of jobs as we know them will be gone by 2030. Preparing ourselves and our children for self employment is critical.

Excellent scholarship exists on entrepreneurial ecosystems, what matters and what doesn’t.

Neo Ireland’s focus is on developing the “Human Capital” it will take to create a sustainable regional economy that services and supports the global presence Dublin & Belfast have forged. Culture change is key.

You can help. Join a network, share your wisdom, champion or mentor a startup. Follow the leaders driving real economic development here. Ask us how.

You can read more about our approach here.

  • Individual skill building
  • Business development education and support
  • Supporting a dynamic “entrepreneurial ecosystem”

At Neo Ireland we create communities. Like-minded people come together and focus on economic recovery one job at a time. The peace process has come as far as it can go. We are advancing a prosperity process.

Advancing it requires economic stakeholders. That is, citizens focused on the individual and collective creation of wealth within communities. People who own their own businesses create sustainable jobs. People who value their employment and in creating opportunities for their children, these are people who are invested in maintaining the peace.

An empowered and economically secure citizenry will find their voices and become politically engaged. We will then have the leadership we deserve.

 

 

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